Olga, a member of the General-Animation studio, made for our new cartoon "Bakaridjan Kone" these hot African girls to dance for Bakaridjan, to wish him luck on his long journey. I tweaked the models a bit and we got such pretty dancers. Olga even allowed us to use these models for educational purposes. I think this is a great idea! After all, dancing is the best way to practice a variety of movements. And so, download the models of dancers, animate them so that they make some kind of interesting dance movement, and send us. You don’t even have to make a big dance, just make one beat of the dance movement, and we will loop it to make a dance. The most successful dance steps we will insert in our cartoon. Visit our site general-animation.com where you will find many interesting animation lessons, subscribe to our YouTube channel to follow the news, study animation with us and we will make cartoons together!
Click this link to download the models of Dancng Girls for animation https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1xpSbsQPxXk2TTCSeglMQFWpJThqZQHO2?usp=sharing
As practice shows that one, even a very cute dog, is clearly not enough to make a serious cartoon. Our students have recently been sending us more and more serious work. So I searched my archives and put together a small collection of funny dog models for animation so that students had something to work with. In this collection there is even a huge ferocious wolf with razor-sharp teeth! So I hope that very soon we will see a real action movie about the adventures of dogs, created by the efforts of our students.
Click this link to download dog models for animation: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Tf_PI32_Lzd59-zsypfd0bjTnAk-95X1?usp=sharing
Especially for the festival we have created this cute, white-haired old man in ancient Greek robes. We will call this character Euclid in honor of the greatest enlightener of all time, Euclid of Alexandria, from whose textbooks many generations of scientists have studied the fundamentals of mathematics. Again, as in the good old days, Euclid in our cartoons will teach children the basics of mathematics and geometry. This is not a very complex model, consisting of only a dozen parts, but nevertheless our Euclid can talk, waving his arms, can walk and even run. You can download this character use it in your animation. On our website you will also find detailed instructions on how to make animation with such characters and even be able to make your own cartoon for the festival.
What? You have not heard about the festival? Then let me tell you about it.
And so, if you want to learn Adobe After Effects and make cartoons with us, then you first of all will need the program Adobe After Effects. If you already have some After Effects, you can do not worry about anything - all what we teach in our lessons can be done in any version of AE. But if you have not any After Effects yet, then we suggest you’ll be better to begging your acquaintance with this wonderful program from version 7.0 This is very accessible and easy to learn version, have low system requirements, and works without problems on almost any computer. By interface and the basic principles of work, it is similar to the more modern versions of AE, and it is quite sufficient to create cartoons. And when you get comfortable in AE 7.0, then you can easy go to any more advanced After Effects.
NOTE! If you need any help - pleas carefuly read this instruction: Detailed instructions for installing Adobe After Effects 7.0
Alternative download link (Google Drive) https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-ylVs5AW5tQa2FOZ3lYWkJKa0U
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