What if you could come up with thousands of options for a single design without drawing? All of which meet specific goals set by the designer. And from those options, pick the one design that delivers on the most important criteria. The design you couldn’t possibly have imagined. This is generative design. A technology thatRead More Autodesk Generative Design
*rain and thunder* *instrumental ukulele and cello* *heart monitor beeping* (Song) ♪ Awake, I’ve got you on my mind I think about you most all the time and if I lay my head to rest I know that it won’t do any good *piano notes* oh Love you’re all I think about when I dreamRead More CGI 3D Animated Short: “Do Us Part” – by Kaitlyn Staveley
Over the last decade game art as a legitimate college degree has exploded in popularity. There are so many options it’s hard to know which one to choose. There’s traditional college degrees there’s online classes there’s game art but also computer animation as a degree. There’s website subscriptions downloadable courses books podcasts… and of courseRead More Ask a Game Artist! – Episode 2: College Degree or Not?
Continue working on your scene from the last movie or use the provided scene named CP-06_cars.max In the last movie, you used Civil View’s Object Placement tool to place objects in the form of lamp posts, gantries and signs. You now use similar methods to place animated vehicles that drive up and down the lanes.Read More Using 3ds Max Design with Civil 3D – Part 17 – Placing Animated Vehicles
Voiceover: Hey,everyone and welcome to this week’s weekly tips and tricks video. In this video we’re going to be covering how to create easy overlap animation on objects like this. This is a rope here in this example, but it can apply to things like tails or even characters when you’re dealing with limbs orRead More Easy Overlapping Animation in Maya – 3dmotive
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