Blender's powerful animation features can help you create higher-quality animations with efficiency. This course will show you how to do four kinds of animations as well as how to optimize your workflow and use its tools. Required software: Blender.
Creating video game animations can pose many unique challenges, one typically being a very short deadline. In this course, Creating Game Animations in Blender, you'll learn how to create four game animations; idle, walk, attack, and death. You'll also explore vital workflows and techniques for taking an animation from idea to completion in the shortest amount of time. As well, you'll get to discover some of Blender's powerful animation tools and how you can use them to make your game animations really stand out. By the end of this course, you'll know your way around Blender's tools and you'll be able to quickly create high-quality game animations for your future projects. Required software: Blender.
Mark started out with an interest for animation at a young age, and it eventually transformed into a passion for the subject. Mark made an impact on the industry quickly, working for Pluralsight (Digital-Tutors) as an Animation and Rigging Instructor. Currently, he is working as an animator on the popular children's series Floogals for NBC Sprouts.
Course Overview Hi, I'm Mark Masters. In this course, we are going to learn how to create game animations inside of Blender. We'll start out by discussing the challenges you'll need to overcome in creating game animations, like making sure an animation looks great from every possible angle and creating an animation that is readable but also fast enough to get the player back into the action. We'll then take a look at the character rig and then dive into the four game animations we'll be creating: an idle, walk cycle, attack, and death animation. Throughout this course, you'll learn vital techniques and workflows that will allow you to create appealing, believable, and polished game animations in the shortest amount of time possible. You'll also learn about some of Blender's powerful animation tools that can help speed up your workflow. Now I'm really excited to get started, so let's jump right in and learn about game animation in the next video.