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Save Time in Character Animation in After Effects

Animation Can Be a Fast Process If You Know These Secrets

By 2D Animation 101 | in Online Courses

Want to learn to save time by designing faster? Speed up your animation time with an advanced technique: Rigged Characters. Rigging characters has been used for a few years, but this course will teach you to automate the movements by using expressions (Java code and lots math) inside After Effects. With these skills, you'll be able to move your characters with just clicks and drags.

  • Learn from 38 lectures & 4+ hours of video content
  • Use a powerful rig that calculates everything for you so you only have to make a few clicks & drags to change the position of your character
  • Follow along w/ the included project files & easy-to-follow instructions to achieve this powerful technique
  • Ask any questions & get responses from the instructor
  • Get a tour of After Effects if you are new to it
  • Use the techniques used by professionals at Nickelodeon & Disney

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1. Introduction
    • 05 How To Open Project Files - 1:47
    • 02 How to Download Project Files
    • 03 Character Setup In Adobe Illustrator - 6:02
    • 01 Course Overview and Goal - 8:00
    • 04 Get Duik 14.23 to follow along
    • New Lecture
  • Section 2. Rigging The Character
    • 06 Rigging The Left Arm - 10:00
    • 10 Put The Left Arm Behind The Character - 7:29
    • 12 Anchor Arms And Legs To Body - 5:49
    • 07 Rigging The Right Arm And Legs - 5:46
    • 08 How To Hide The Shoulder Line - 9:37
    • 11 Put The Right Arm Behind The Character - 10:38
    • 09 How To Hide The Hip Line - 5:43
  • Section 3. Turning The Head
    • 15 Animating The Rest Of The Face For 3D Illusion - 9:00
    • 14 Animating The Face Shape For 3D Illusion - Turning The Face - 9:29
    • 16 Cleaning The Workspace - 6:24
    • 13 Setting Up For 3D Illusion - Turning The Face - 8:24
  • Section 4. Setting Up Controllers
    • 17 Setup For Head And Face Controls - 8:14
    • 18 Extracting The Different Parts Of The Face To Separate Layers - 8:39
    • 19 Create Effects For The Controllers And Parent Layers - 7:24
    • 20 Align Anchor Points - 3:21
  • Section 5. Activating Controllers
    • 23 Marking Limits For Head Control - 7:03
    • 27 Expressions For Pupils - 7:11
    • 25 Preparing Eyes And Eyebrows And Fixing Eye Blinks - 4:44
    • 21 Expressions For Turning The Head - 12:12
    • 22 Controlling The Head Up And Down - 4:59
    • 24 Expressions For Eyebrow And Eye Controllers - 8:58
    • 26 Expressions For Eyebrows - 18:06
  • Section 6. Setting Up The Lip Sync
    • 28 Animating For Lip Sync - 8:50
    • 29 Expressions For Mouth Part 1 - 6:42
    • 30 Expressions For Mouth Part 2 - 4:56
    • 31 Setting Up The Jaw And Using Expressions - 9:30
  • Section 6. Setting Up The Lip Sync
    • 31 Setting Up The Jaw And Using Expressions - 9:30
    • 28 Animating For Lip Sync - 8:50
    • 30 Expressions For Mouth Part 2 - 4:56
    • 29 Expressions For Mouth Part 1 - 6:42
  • Section 7. Automated Blinking And Additional Switches
    • 32 Front To Back Switch - 6:54
    • 33 Blinking And Final Touches - 8:24
  • Section 8. Animating The Character
    • 35 Setting Up 3D Scene - 5:36
    • 34 Animating The Character - 14:21
  • Section 10. Wrap It Up
    • 38 Wrap It Up - 1:17
    • 10 Next for ALL - 2:18

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Using an Editing Software for Animation

Learn How to Use Premiere Pro CC to Put Together the Final Sequence of Your Animation

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In this course, the instructor will show you how to use an editing software to help with your animations. Please note that this course is not about animation, but how to EDIT your animations as well as animate your projects better.

  • Learn from 14 lectures & 1+ hours of video content
  • Learn to use the basics of Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Study everything you need to use an editing software for animation
  • Includes the project files in a zip file so you can follow along & practice
  • Apply anything you learn here to other types of editing software

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • 01 Introduction - 1:37
    • 02 Why use an Editing Software in Animation - 6:06
  • Learning the Interface
    • 03 Creating a New Project - 3:18
    • 04 Workspaces and Panels - 16:08
    • 05 Creating a New Sequence - 6:22
    • 06 Importing Images, Audio and Footage - 6:14
    • 07 Navigation, Zooming and Using Labels - 13:10
    • 08 Playback and Transport - 5:44
  • How to Edit a Sequence
    • 09 How to Edit a Sequence 02 - 8:20
    • 10 Animating Zooms and Panning - 7:42
    • 11 Creating an Animatic - 14:10
    • 12 Exporting The Animatic - 6:16
    • 13 Finishing an Animation - 13:24
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Direct & Produce Animation

Learn How to Guide a Team into Following Your Vision for Your Next Animation

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Knowing how to direct and produce can make any idea become a reality. And the cool part is that you don't even need to know how to draw or animate to get started. If you have an idea or joke you want to turn into an animation, enroll today and start making your ideas a reality in half the time.

  • Learn from 68 lectures & 2+ hours of video
  • Direct & produce animation with no drawing or animating skills
  • Guide a team in following your vision
  • Perfect for anyone w/ an idea who's considering making it into an animation

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1. Introduction to Directing and Producing
    • 01. Introduction to Producing and Directing Your Animation - 3:24
    • 02. Link to DUET EARTH and OUT OF SIGHT
  • Section 2. The Story
    • 06. Text Books Suggestion
    • 07. PDF of The Story
    • 03. Importance of the Story - 2:10
    • 04. Elements of a Good Story - 4:36
    • 05. Link to Michael Arnt - Toy Story
  • Section 3. The Script
    • 15. PDF of The Script
    • 14. How To Write A Script That Doesn't Suck
    • 08. The Script - How to develop Characters - 5:41
    • 13. Export From Adobe Story to TXT or WORD - 2:41
    • 10. Developing a Plot and Creating an Outline - 2:28
    • 11. Script Format - 4:33
    • 09. Taking Your Characters to the Next Level - 3:24
    • 12. Adobe Story Tutorial - 3:29
  • Section 4. Concept Art
    • 19. Concept Art for a Villain - 3:39
    • 20. PDF of Concept Art
    • 18. Experimenting with Shapes - 3:08
    • 16. Introduction to Concept Art - 2:50
    • 17. Cartoon Styles - 1:30
  • Section 5. Casting Voice Talent
    • 22. Prepare for a Casting - 4:22
    • 23. Casting the Voice Talent - 5:06
    • 24. What to Look For in Casting - 3:11
    • 25. PDF of Casting Voice Talent
    • 21. Casting - 4:48
  • Section 6. Sound Recording
    • 27. Acoustics - 2:31
    • 26. Recording Sound - 4:30
    • 28. PDF of Sound Recording
  • Section 7. Directing Voice Actors
    • 31. Using Powerful Language for Direction - 5:05
    • 33. PDF of Directing Voice Talent
    • 32. Improving Line Readings - 6:12
    • 29. Introduction to Directing Voice Actors - 2:42
    • 30. Improving Fake Performance - 6:26
  • Section 8. Sound Post Production
    • 34. Understanding Sound Editing - 3:49
    • 39. Dubbing - 1:44
    • 36. Understanding Sound Mixing - 1:29
    • 40. PDF of Audio Post Production
    • 35. Sound Design Befor and After
    • 38. Music - The Other Character - 1:22
    • 37. Mix2Master Scotland's Mixing and Mastering Studio​ Example
  • Section 9. Directing Music
    • 43. Where to Get Music - 4:33
    • 41. Elements of Music Every Director Must Know - 3:51
    • 45. PDF of Music In Depth
    • 42. Directing Music Using References - 2:45
    • 44. Resources to Get Music From
  • Section 10. Cinematography
    • 48. Link to Animation RED and The Descendants
    • 47. Visual Storytelling and Concepts - 4:05
    • 46. Introduction to Cinematography - 3:31
    • 49. PDF of Cinematography
  • Section 11. Storyboard and Animatic
    • 54. Getting The Best From You Animatic - 4:58
    • 53. Finished Storyboard for the 1st Page - 3:24
    • 51. Analysing the Script for Storyboarding - 3:28
    • 50. Storyboard - 4:02
    • 55. PDF of Storyboard and Animatic
    • 52. Doing the Storyboard for a Scene - 5:59
  • Section 12. The Breakdown
    • 58. PDF of The Breakdwon
    • 56. The Breakdown - 3:06
    • 57. Example of Breakdown - 4:35
  • Section 13. Animation
    • 60. The Animation - 2:53
    • 59. Frame by Frame vs Rigged Characters - 3:24
    • 61. PDF of Animation
  • Section 14. Finishing Your Project
    • 65. Handling Changes - 2:26
    • 67. Staying Motivated - 3:39
    • 63. Link to KULESHOV EFFECT
    • 64. Screening and Feedback - 2:41
    • 66. PDF of Finishing Your Project
    • 62. Editing - 5:27
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Character Design For Animation in Illustrator

Design Memorable Characters with Strong Personalities & Learn How to Prepare Them for Animation

By 2D Animation 101 | in Online Courses

Picture this: you have an idea that you want to animate, and concepts for characters that will move the story. How do they look? Are they friendly? Aggressive? Stubborn? You decide on your direction, but then get criticized for your characters not looking inline with their personalities. How can you make your characters communicate the personality you dream up? That is where this course can help. Throughout this course, you will learn the theory behind character psychology and how to communicate those emotions through your designs. You'll establish different attitudes using shape, e.g. round features versus pointy features. Once you understand the theory, you will practice the whole process of putting your character to paper. You will learn:

  • How to create memorable characters
  • The theory behind character psychology
  • Four basic areas of personality
  • How to define attitude
  • The basics of concept art
  • Shapes & meaning
  • Different angles & the importance of using a storyboard
  • How to trace each part of the body so you have the character well connected & ready to be rigged in After Effects
  • Includes 33 lectures & 2+ hours of video

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1. Introduction
    • 01. Introduction to Character Design for Animation - 4:26
    • 02. Getting the Project Files
    • 03. How to Create Memorable Characters - 1:43
  • Section 2. Character Psychology
    • 04. Character Development and Psychology - 4:26
    • 05. What grabs your character's attention - 3:18
    • 06. How does your character make decisions - 2:26
    • 07. How does your character organizes hisher world - 2:36
    • 08. Defining Attitude - 1:55
  • Section 3. Concept Art for Character Design
    • 09. Shapes and Meaning - 3:40
    • 10. Body Types - 3:26
    • 11. Character Design in Action - 4:02
  • Section 4. Explanation of a Character for Rigging
    • 12. Example of a Character Ready in Illustrator - 4:08
    • 13. Body Breakdown - 4:08
    • 14. Symmetrical Character in 5 basic views - 2:11
    • 15. Importance of Using a Storyboard in Production - 3:34
    • 16. Taking care of the Joints - 2:19
    • 17. Getting Ready - 4:27
  • Section 5. Tracing the Character
    • 18. Preparing the Frontal View - 1:05
    • 19. Creating the Head and Neck - 5:06
    • 20. Creating the Upper Torso - 6:23
    • 21. Creating the Lower Torso - 4:18
    • 22. Creating the Hips - 7:35
    • 23. Creating the Arms - 9:20
    • 24. Creating the Legs - 9:12
  • Section 6. Setting Up for Replacement Animation
    • 25. Replacement Animation Explanation - 2:17
    • 26. Creating the Hands - 9:14
    • 27. Creating the Feet - 5:13
    • 28. Creating the Mouths - 7:31
    • 29. Creating the Eyes - 4:21
    • 30. Creating the Eyebrows and Nose - 4:01
    • 31. Exporting The Character - 3:13
    • 32. Create The Joints - 2:48
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Adobe Illustrator Essentials for Character Design

Learn How to Turn Your Paper Drawings into Beautiful Art That You Can Pitch or Sell

By 2D Animation 101 | in Online Courses

Do you want to learn how to use Adobe Illustrator to design and present your characters? This course was created for future character designers and animators who want to learn the basics of Adobe Illustrator and use those new skills on upcoming projects. You will learn all the essentials you need to trace images, turn paper drawings into presentable products that you can sell, and design characters. Beginners will go from zero to hero following along with the practice exercises — and savvy users will benefit from new techniques you may never have known existed. You will learn:

  • All the basic interface navigations
  • All the essential panels
  • The drawings tools
  • What tools to use if you have a Wacom Tablet, or for those who don’t have a drawing tablet, then what tools to use when designing w/ a mouse
  • All the basic drawing tools in detail
  • How to create a color palette
  • How to paint your work using the live paint feature
  • How to add shadows and highlights easily
  • 40 lectures & 2+ hours of video content

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1. Introduction
    • 01. Introduction and Overview - 1:49
    • 03. Download Project Files
    • 02. Downloading Illustrator - 1:18
    • 04. Setting up the Workspace - 4:36
    • 05. Creating a New Project - 1:23
    • 06. Zoom and Navigation - 4:56
    • 07. Difference Between Vectors and Pixels - 1:54
  • Section 2. Essential Tools and Options
    • 08. Selection Tools - 3:04
    • 09. Transforming Shapes With The Selection Tools - 4:35
    • 10. Paths, Fills and Strokes - 3:37
    • 11. Stroke Caps and Corners - 3:03
    • 12. Variable Stroke Width - 3:39
    • 13. Anchor Points - 2:55
    • 14. Bezier Handles and Anchors - 4:17
    • 15. Expanded Strokes - 4:05
    • 16. Layers Panel - 4:17
    • 17. Layer Contents and Groups - 4:43
  • Section 3. Drawing Tools
    • 18. The Pencil Tool - 3:20
    • 19. Modifying a Line with the Pencil Tool - 3:22
    • 20. The Pen Tool - 3:39
    • 21. The PaintBrush Tool - 4:22
    • 22. The Blob Brush Tool - 1:46
    • 23. The Smooth Tool - 2:03
    • 24. Text Tool - 5:12
    • 25. Convert Text to Path or Vector - 2:12
  • Section 4. Painting Tools
    • 26. Creating a Color Palette - 3:55
    • 27. Expand Appearance - 3:46
    • 28. Live Paint - 2:54
    • 29. Convert Live Paint into Paths - 1:49
    • 30. Recolor Artwork - 2:01
    • 31. Knife Tool - 5:12
  • Section 5. Tracing a Character Tutorial
    • 32. Introduction to Tracing a Character Tutorial - 2:45
    • 33. Importing Images - 3:42
    • 34. Prepare Image for Tracing - 1:55
    • 35. Outlining a Character - 3:32
    • 36. Cleaning The Lines - 5:12
    • 37. Coloring the Character - 3:17
    • 38. Shading the Character - Adding shadow and Highlights - 3:32
    • 39. Challenge - 1:35
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Backgrounds & Assets for Animation in Photoshop

Learn to Use Photoshop to Produce the Images & Backgrounds for Your Animations with No Drawing Skills

By 2D Animation 101 | in Online Courses

In this course, you will learn how to use Photoshop to create backgrounds for your animations. The complete tutorial will show you the techniques to be able to create the backgrounds and visual assets to produce your animations from scratch. If you're already familiar with Photoshop, you can jump ahead to the Background Tutorial to start creating! You will learn:

  • How to use the different drawing shapes
  • How to modify your drawing
  • How to work with layers
  • How to use the masking tools to create the effect of putting one drawing inside a shape
  • How to add texture
  • How to import reference images to trace backgrounds
  • How to create a 3D effect that helps you create interesting perspectives, using point distortion
  • Includes 18 lectures & 2+ hours of video

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Getting Familiar with Photoshop
    • 01 Introduction - 1:37
    • 02 Workspace and Panels - 8:27
    • 03 Creating a New Document in Photoshop - 6:28
    • 04 Selection Tool - 7:30
    • 05 Zooming and Navigation - 4:44
    • 06 Managing Layers - 7:27
    • 07 Merging and Grouping Layers - 8:40
  • Drawing
    • 08 Drawing Shapes to Design Images Using Your Mouse - 8:40
    • 09 Designing a Futuristic Gun Using Shapes - 14:42
    • 10 Modify Your Drawing - 9:23
    • 11 The Brush Tool - 9:32
  • Using the Masking Tools
    • 12 Masking Tools to Draw Inside a Region - 7:28
    • 13 How to Put a Layer Inside Another Layer Using Masks - 10:41
    • 14 Adding Texture - 6:15
  • Tracing Backgrounds
    • 15 Importing Image to Trace Background - 7:21
    • 16 3D Effect Perspective Layers Using Point Distortion - 6:41
    • 17 Tracing a Background for Animation - 18:39
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Sketching for Animators Who Can't Draw

The Fun & Easy Way for Animators (Who Can't Draw) to Learn to Draw

By 2D Animation 101 | in Online Courses

When it comes to being an animator, being "decent" at drawing is likely good enough. If you are just starting, and you are not good at drawing, then this course will be your definitive guide to honing your craft. Inside this course, you will learn:

  • How to develop enough skill to draw anything you want in any style you want
  • The difference between drawing & sketching
  • How to measure proportions
  • How to duplicate references
  • How to draw basic 2d shapes & combine them to draw what you want
  • How to sketch basic 3d shapes
  • How to draw perspective using vanishing points & perspective lines
  • How to sketch a 3d scene
  • How to sketch & design very simple characters
  • How to sketch poses in 2D
  • How to sketch character poses in 3D
  • How to sketch thumbnails for animation
  • How to draw hands
  • 17 lectures & 2+ hours of video content

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • 01 Introduction - 3:55
    • 02 The Law of 100 - 4:10
    • 03 Why Sketching and Not Drawing - 6:06
    • 04 Sketching What You Love - Your Favorite References - 4:39
  • Practicing Exercises
    • 05 Measuring Proportions - 9:22
    • 06 Duplicating References Using Coordinates - 23:30
    • 07 Drawing Exercises - Circles and Lines - 10:23
  • Sketching
    • 08 Sketching Basic 2D Shapes and Props - 8:59
    • 09 Sketching Basic 3d Shapes - 8:33
    • 10 Drawing Perspective - 10:00
    • 11 Sketching A 3D Scene - 4:12
    • 12 Sketching Simple Characters - 15:46
    • 13 Sketching Poses 2d - 4:15
    • 14 Sketching Poses 3d - 11:51
    • 15 Sketching Thumbnails - 4:35
    • 16 Tips for Drawing Hands - 12:55
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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Make Money With Animation & Design

Be Your Own Boss & Make a Living Doing What you Love

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Want to get paid to do something you love? If you are a 2D animator, you could start earning a respectable salary living out your dreams as a freelance animator today. And if you continue to work at it and hone your craft, you could be looking at a six figure career down the road. But to become a successful freelance animator, you'll need to promote yourself, do market research, handle customer service, deal with angry customers, manage your finances, and learn how to market your services. That's why this course teaches you the principles of how to become a successful seller on Fiverr, an online marketplace that has around 20 million visits per month. You'll study shortcuts, and learn from successful Fiverr users. Please note: this is not a get-rich quick scheme, these are real world techniques used by the top sellers on Fiverr who make 40K a month in revenue.

  • Learn from 20 lectures & 2+ hours of video content
  • Get book recommendations to further your education on personal growth
  • Learn how to promote yourself, do market research, handle customer service, deal with angry customers, manage your finances & market your services

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With a background of 10 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, 2D Animation 101 is a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production. Their aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects. Their courses will help beginners along with intermediate users. They've helped more than 54,000+ students discover techniques and knowledge to start animating their projects.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1. Introduction
    • 01. Introduction to Making Money with your skills - 4:32
    • 02. Your potential to earn 1000 a month or more - 8:19
    • 03. Your earning potential - 7:06
  • Section 2. Setting Up a Seller Account
    • 04. How to create a profitable User Account - 3:09
    • 05. Recommendations for your new Fiverr Account - 11:10
    • 06. Service ideas to earn money with your New Skills - 7:07
  • Section 3. Increase your Productivity
    • 07. Making the Hard Work Easier - 5:58
    • 08. Strategy to Find The Best Ideas for Gigs - 10:20
  • Section 4. Selling Your Services
    • 09. Creating Gigs that sell - 7:36
    • 10. Writing a great Description for your Gig - 3:14
  • Section 5. Getting Traffic
    • 11. Getting Traffic with Gig Optimization - 7:34
    • 12. Getting Traffic by promoting outside of Fiverr - 8:03
    • 13. Paid Campaigns to promote your Gigs - 4:50
    • 14. Using Facebook Ads - 17:15
  • Section 6. Customer Service
    • 15. Handling Customer Service - 7:03
    • 16. Handling Difficult Customers - 9:36
    • 17. How to upgrade your Fiverr Account - 8:13
    • 18. Helping more and getting more sales - 8:10
  • Section 7. Conclusion
    • 19. Conclusion Making more money - 7:43
    • BONUS LESSON - Whats Next - 2:18

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