Udemy – Ultra-Speed 3D Animation Film-Making with Plotagon [100% OFF]
With this mind-blowing ultra-speed course on creating 3D animation, you can go ahead and bring your ideas to life with an award-winning 3D animation software taught called as “Plotagon”. Plotagon is the only software in the market that allows you to create amazing 3D animation videos in the fastest time possible using highly-futuristic technology. With Plotagon 3D animation software, you can promote your business, engage your target audience segments or educate your employees as it is a simple, yet powerful tool to leverage. With Plotagon you can thus create professional animated videos in merely minutes and anyone can work on this. No prior animation experience is necessary, at all. There is no need to study 3D animation or any animation principles for the same. No need of stretch and squash and no need to know any kind of stuff in animation like perspective or character modelling, texturing, rigging, lighting etc.
This course will cover Plotagon in depth – like how you can set-up the software with creating characters, voices, scenes and then we will also look at creating a great creative short film. We will look at camera angles from a director’s perspective in the film and we will see our text or what we call “film script” come to life with a click of a button.
We will also look at a great method of using character monologues – like stand-alone characters acting out something out a script with a green screen background.
At the end, we will look at new screen-casting tools for chroma keying, an online video editing tool and a never-before heard facial mocap tool with futuristic technology. This facial mocap tool will make characters – especially 3D characters imitate whatever action you are doing using your webcam.
So, enrol now, there is a lot more to discover here in this course.
What are you waiting for? There is no time to waste. You would have already created a 3D animated movie by now and made your movie-making dreams come true. Don’t worry – you’ll thank me later, Mr. Director. Oh, I meant “Animation Film-Maker”..