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Acting For Feature Film


In this course, you will learn how to take your initial idea to the final polished animation. Focusing on a layered approach and animating without the use of reference. The animation in this course won first place in the September 11 Second Club competition and were excited to share everything that went into creating it with you. Instructed by Steven J. Morris who has contributed to many feature films, including Under The Boardwalk, Nimona, Ron's Gone Wrong, and Garfield. He pours all his knowledge and industry insights into this course, providing students with an inside look at the thought process and techniques required for creating feature-quality animation. What You Will Learn: - Developing appealing animation ideas. - Refining your acting and performance. - Using Epic Pen for pose planning. - Self-critiquing techniques for continuous improvement. - How to animate body mechanics. - How to animate lip sync - The layered workflow: A dynamic approach to animation. - Techniques for polishing lip sync, body mechanics, and facial expressions (eyes and brows). - Special tips for animating non-human characters. - Techniques for pushing and creating appealing poses. What You Will Get: - Exclusive access to our Bleu Rig. - 12 hours of live workflow lectures, showcasing practical techniques. - Membership in our Slack community for ongoing support and networking. - A $100 discount on Volume 2: Mechanics for Feature Film. - Certificate of Completion.


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