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2D/3D Digital Animation

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A common object type used in a 3D scene is a mesh. Blender comes with a number of these mesh shapes that you can start modeling from. You can also add in Edit Mode at the 3D cursor
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A doughnut-shaped primitive created by rotating a circle around an axis. The overall dimensions can be defined by two methods.
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A primitive model that is a single quad face, which is composed of four vertices, four edges, and one face. It is like a piece of paper lying on a table; it is not a three-dimensional object because it is flat and has no thickness. Objects that can be created with planes include floors, tabletops, or mirrors.
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A standard sphere is made out of quad faces and a triangle fan at the top and bottom. It can be used for texturing is a UV Sphere
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All Faces have vertex and edges
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allows you to map textures directly to the mesh faces. The 3D Viewport shows you the object being textured. If you set the 3D Viewport into Textured viewport shading, you will immediately see any changes
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always connects two vertices by a straight line. These are the “wires” you see when you look at a mesh in wireframe view. They are usually invisible on the rendered image. They are used to construct faces.
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An Italian word that means boldly contrasting light and dark. The technique of was developed during the Renaissance.
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Basic Drawing and Composition of basic elements
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Basic Drawing and Composition of basic elements An Italian word that means boldly contrasting light and dark. The technique of was developed during the Renaissance.
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Basic Drawing and Composition of basic elements Exciting balance active, exciting, not boring
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Basic Drawing and Composition of basic elements used to block in the layout of the basic shapes in the composition. Best compared to a scribble drawing. Seeks to express motion and/or emotive qualities of the composition.
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Blender 3D is a Cross platform Application that can run accross all OS
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Blender mode that allows the selection of Faces, Edges and Vertices
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Blender Selection Mode By holding Shift-LMB when selecting a selection mode, you can enable manySelection Modes at once. This allows you to quickly select Vertices/Edges/Faces, without first having to switch modes.
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Blender Selection Mode By holding Ctrl when selecting a higher selection mode, all elements touching the current selection will be added, even if the selection does not form a complete higher element. Or contracting the selection when switching to a lower mode
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Blender Selection Mode setting is not just for shading, it impacts selection too. When enabled, selection isn’t occluded by the objects geometry (as if the object was solid).
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Blender Selection Mode When switching modes in an “ascendant” way (i.e. from simpler to more complex), from Vertices to Edges and from Edges to Faces, the selected parts will still be selected if they form a complete element in the new mode. For example, if all four edges in a face are selected, switching from Edges mode to Faces mode will keep the face selected. All selected parts that do not form a complete set in the new mode will be unselected.
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Blender’s physically-based path tracer for production rendering. It is designed to provide physically based results out-of-the-box, with artistic control and flexible shading nodes for production needs.
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But it is something that the character is doing/acting that adds a more realistic and natural feel to the animation. As mentioned, it must be staged so that the main action isn’t overpowered. It’s the kind of thing that is usually more subtle or can be felt more than noticed immediately.
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Combining and post-processing of images and rendering information.
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Compressed burned wood used for drawing. Charcoal is so fast, direct and responsive, that it is amongst the least inhibiting media. It can produce bold and fluid lines, and a great host of textures
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Deselect alternate elements relative to the active item.
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Eevee uses techniques to properly shadow the light coming directly from light objects this is a texture that stores the nearest occluder from the light position. Eevee also filters the shadow maps in order to smooth out the pixelated appearance
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Even gross body movements when you walk somewhere tend not be perfectly straight. When a hand/arm reaches out to reach something, it tends to move
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Exciting balance active, exciting, not boring
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For example, a bouncing ball tends to have a lot of ease in and out when at the top of its bounce. As it goes up, gravity affects it and slows down , then it starts its downward motion more and more rapidly
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For example, the animator draws the first frame of the animation, then draws the second, and so on until the sequence is complete. In this way, there is one drawing or image per frame that the animator has setup. This approach tends to yield a more creative and fresh look but can be difficult to time correctly and tweak.
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For modification of geometry by modeling tools.
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For modification of meshes by sculpting tools
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For viewing and analyzing rendering results.
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he ray is generated by a reflection off a surface
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important to communicate messages in different ways
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important to convey meaning through process of smiotics, denotation and cognitions
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important to define focal point
important to drive or support an idea
important to help the creative team to put into a harmony pattern the constitutive elements
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important to make a powerful communication and to drive the attention
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In geometry, a this is a direction or line that is perpendicular to something, typically a triangle or surface but can also be relative to a line, a tangent line for a point on a curve, or a tangent plane for a point on a surface.
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Instead of dealing with individual mesh elements, support sculpting with brushes (not covered in this chapter).
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Interactive box selection
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Involves the use of real persons as stop motion characters. This allows a number of surreal effects, including the disappearance and reappearance of objects or characters, as well as allowing people to appear to slide across the ground and other effects.
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is a continuous mark made on a surface or the edge created when two shapes meet. May be actual, implied, vertical, horizontal, diagonal, and/or contour.
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is a post-process effect that diffuses very bright pixels. This mimics lens artifacts of real cameras. This allows a better sense of what the actual intensities of the pixels are.
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is a self-contained defined area, either geometric or organic. Shape refers to a two-dimensional element with area on a plane, while form refers to a three dimensional element with volume in space.
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is a useful tool to simplify a mesh by merging the selected vertices that are closer than a specified distance to each other. An alternative way to simplify a mesh is to use the Decimate Modifie
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is Blender’s realtime render engine built using OpenGL focused on speed and interactivity while achieving the goal of rendering PBR materials can be used interactively in the 3D Viewport but also produce high quality final renders
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is designed for layout, modeling and previews
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is done as a post-process effect in Eevee. The depth of field effect can be controlled in the camera settings
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is done as a post-process effect in Eevee. The depth of field effect can be controlled in the camera settings.
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is the distance or area around or between elements in a work.
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is the surface quality of a shape, or how it appears to feel: rough, smooth, spiky, soft, hard, and glossy, etc. Texture can be real or implied.
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is the visible spectrum of radiation reflected from an object. Color is also sometimes referred to as hue.
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It is a technique that manipulates an object physically so that it appears to move on its own. The object is moved in small steps between individually photographed frames, creating the illusion of movement when the series of frames are played in a fast sequence
It should be used in a careful and balanced manner, not arbitrarily. The result will be that the animation will seem more realistic and entertaining.
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Mapping of image texture coordinates to 3D surfaces
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Match the order of the Animation production process
  • Step 1: → Gathering informationStep 2: → Concept & ScriptStep 3: → Voiceover recordingStep 4: → StoryboardStep 5: → Visual styleStep 6: → Animation Correct
mode keeps the shape of the selected edge loop the same as one of the edge loops adjacent to it, rather than sliding a percentage along each perpendicular edge. the tool shows the position along the length of the currently selected edge which is marked in yellow, from the vertex that has an enlarged red marker. Movement of the sliding edge loop is restricted to this length. As you move the mouse the length indicator in the header changes showing where along the length of the edge you are.
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Motion blur in Eevee is done by post processing the image after rendering. The motion blur is really basic and just blurs the render results based on pixel velocity
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One of the 12 Principles of Animation
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One of the Animation Techniques:
physically based path tracer.
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physically based realtime renderer
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Programming workspace for writing scripts
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refers to how light or dark an object, area, or element is, independent of its color. Value is also sometimes referred to as tone.
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Rip creates a “hole” in the mesh by making a copy of selected vertices and edges, still linked to the neighboring non-selected vertices, so that the new edges are borders of the faces on one side, and the old ones, borders of the faces on the other side
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scattering by evaluating all volume objects inside the view frustumthis it uses several 3D textures which have a high video memory usage. The texture dimensions can be tweaked using the Tile Size and Samples parameters. Object volumes have some limitations
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Select connected edges
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Select elements similar to the current selection.
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Select geometry by querying its characteristics
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Selects a random group of vertices, edges, or faces, based on a percentage value
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Selects all the geometry that is not selected, and deselect currently selected components.
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ses a pair of connected edge loops or a single, closed edge loop to fill in a grid that follows the surrounding geometry. The best predictable result can be achieved if you select two opposite edge loops with an equal number of vertices. When a single, closed edge loop is selected, the Span/Offset options allows you to adjust the way two opposite edge loops are detected from one closed edge loop
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Seven Elements of Design is the surface quality of a shape, or how it appears to feel: rough, smooth, spiky, soft, hard, and glossy, etc. Texture can be real or implied.
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Supports basic operations such as object creation, joining objects, managing shape keys, UV/color layers. The default mode, available for all object types, as it is dedicated to Object data-block editing (e.g. position, rotation, size).
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