A tutorial on how to design and animate characters in the Night In The Woods art style.
This tutorial will save you a few hours of watching unabridged tutorials elsewhere.
Toon Boom and Flash are so completely different that almost nothing works the same way.
This is a series of 30 videos that will teach you everything there is to know about animating in Adobe Animate CC.
How to animate in the rubber hose style of the 30’s like the game Cuphead.
All about Multiple Animator Projects, how to join, how to host, and their history.
Different ways to animate cast shadows and form shadows in 2D animations.
Stretches for your wrists and hands to prevent art injuries like tendonitis and carpal tunnel. Basic stretch safety and information.
All about animation smear frames and smear cycles: how to spot them and how to draw them.
The secret formula for animating perfect blinking, eyelashes, and a couple of common variations.
The book I recommend for animation is always The Animator’s Survival Kit by Richard Williams.
A round of “Trademark!” the board game to show how trademark registration works, alongside a rule book of basic trademark laws.
Uncover your art skill, train to level up, or just enjoy the gallery of 1,200 drawings!
This tutorial shows multiple ways to animate textured 2D characters.
Frame rates, how many images per second different kinds of animations have, and how many you can actually see.
How to make three different types of lip sync for your animations.
How to make a bouncy animation like Mystery Skulls – Ghost.
I share my secret stash of free, legal music for for-profit videos.
How to animate with the After Effects puppet pin, overlap, and starch tools.
The real rules of fair use and fan art, not the misleading slosh you hear on the internet.
Everything you need to know about copyright.
What you can use to start animating.