If you’re picking up an object. One easy way to use constraints and still allow animation is to constrain with another ‘dummy’ object.
To go with this. A cool little parenting script can be found here:
The idea of Animating Forces vs Animating forms is something that flipped a switch in my head when I first encountered it, I can’t remember exactly who or where I heard it from, but once I understood it, it completely changed the way I animate. Years of established techniques thrown away just like that.
A short article, speaking about thinking of forms as well as poses in your planning and blocking process.
This is hopefully a simple way of changing textures without digging too deeply into it. A fairly basic-intermediate understanding of Photoshop is needed.
A nice little tutorial if you’re looking to change the way your character looks for their shot.
2 things I do in my workflow to help get those key poses right.
A couple useful tips to do with blocking silhouette and video reference.
Hi, this is Jatin Soni from digitalglow.net . In this tutorial you will learn how to animate camera shaking effect without keyframing the camera
A crazy method of using the hypershade to animate noise onto your cameras animation curves. Pretty cool if you want some shake.
Because you can never get enough.