If you're looking to get started in animation, try our new course, Animate a Rubber Hose Character in Cinema 4D.
In this post, you'll find out more about the course and be able to watch some free lessons from it to learn more about animating in Cinema 4D.
What You’ll Learn
In a recent course, we showed you how to Rig a Rubber Hose Character for Animation. In this new course, you'll learn about the next step: animating this character and making it walk.
Designer and concept artist Jonathan Lam will take you through the step-by-step process of animating a “rubber hose” style character in Cinema 4D.
You’ll learn how to animate a walk cycle for the character using a simple rig that you can use for your own animations, graphics, or video-game projects. This workflow is perfect for those looking to get into basic 3D character animation.
Here are some free lessons from this course, as a preview of what you can expect:
The Walk Cycle Explained
In this video, you will learn how a walk cycle is created by going through the key frames and key poses of the character.
How to Animate Basic Movement
It’s time now to create some basic movement for your character using keyframes. You’ll then learn how to manually edit and adjust them.
Animate the Legs
In this video, you will learn how to animate the legs of the character. You will use the rig you’ve built to move the legs in order to make the character walk.
Take the Course
You can take our new course straight away with a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but also to our growing library of over 1,000 video courses and industry-leading eBooks on Envato Tuts+.
Plus you now get unlimited downloads from the huge Envato Elements library of 460,000+ creative assets. Create with unique fonts, photos, graphics and templates, and deliver better projects faster.
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