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HOW TO MAKE A CHARACTER TURN (VIDEO)
LEARN HOW TO MAKE A CHARACTER TURN!
Today I show you how I drew the single frames for the character turn around of my motion clip video from last week and give you some useful tips.
Speedart of the working progress from clean linearts to finished animation included!
My Youtube Channel: https://bit.ly/33aDhHh
GIFS of the turn around:
3d Tutorial - Schoen's Batwing Surface
**UPDATED - 03-19-2019 - Translation of tutorial for Blender 2.8 **
*Best viewed in HD 1080pIn this latest video, I do the best I can to translate the functions and techniques presented in the 3dsmax version to Blender 2.8. There are a few things which are very different about the Blender process, but mostly it's quite similar. The main difference is that I am not modeling this version to real world scale units. However, the object could easily be scaled to fit any dimensions you may need for 3d printing before applying the modifiers.
*Best viewed in HD 1080p - In this tutorial, I will show a very simple and effective technique to model a triply periodic minimal surface, known as Schoen's Batwing, for 3d printing and design. Schoen's Batwing surface gets its name due to its fundamental region, which resembles a bat wing. Alan Schoen is best known for discovering a minimal surface that he named the gyroid. I will have a translation of this
The Ask Me Anything Aftermath Video
EDIT: My 1st #AmA officially ended yesterday on a very strong note: Reached 68 #comments, and 116 #RSPVs! Thanks again to all who submitted their questions, and if you want to watch me answer some of them, watch my latest #Youtube video here: https://youtu.be/ZsB7_znTMgo
#askmeanything #howtodraw #business #amafeed #tutorials
Happy 2018, everyone! It's been a long 4 months since I've done a proper video, but I haven't been slacking. I spent the last month creating videos for this year! Also, if you like the merchandise I'm wearing, grab some at Tower Threads: https://towerthreads.com/pages/portfolio-artwork-by-aaron-johnson
Last week I held my first #AskMeAnything event; these are the long awaited answers to your questions in video format! Make sure you guys stay tuned for next week's video, I'm going to be branching off in to some other mediums to draw with that you'll wanna watch come to life...
(Apologies for my exhausted appearance, it's been a busy week with lit
3d Tutorial | Twisted Knot Spiral | 3dsMax
In this tutorial, we obtain a complex non-orientable surface from a simple orientable mesh using the default topological modeling tools in 3dsMax, like Extrude On Spline. While the techniques in this video depend on specific features in 3dsMax, the strategies used can be reproduced in other software with similar capabilities.
How much costs artist's work? How to set prices?
The most popular question asked by beginners in freelancing, is “how much to charge for my work?” If you haven't found an answer, then sit back!
Suppose you are doing well with the level of performance and your artwork is of interest to the public. How do you determine the prices on your artworks? Everything is very simple:
1. Count how much money you spend on living in a month. That is, how much you pay taxes, how much do you spend on food, medicine, clothes, and etc. The resulting figure is the minimum amount for your survival.
2. Add to it as much as you want to earn extra. But be realistic. A million dollars per month may only be a goal. You can’t earn that much at once. And hardly there are customers who can answer your appetites. Exceptions happen very rarely.
3. Let's say you need to earn $2,000 per month for a comfortable life. This means that you need to do 4 orders for $500 or 20 orders for $100. It all depends on the quality of pe