Intel bets big on self-driving cars, esports might go Olympic and some myths about the death of Flash busted.
With Scott Johnson and Tom Merritt
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2 thoughts on “DTNS 3091 – Flash Point”
Scott mentioned these animation programs are easy to learn. This may sound like I’m being difficult, but I’ve always been curious – what if you don’t know how to draw by hand? I don’t have any artistic skills in the drawing arena. Would I be able to learn these, or do you need that base skill set?
That is a great question. I won’t lie, because it REALLY REALLY helps. BUT, if you have another artist who can create character and character rigs for you, then the animation part does not require that you be able to draw.
At the very least you can experiment with basic shapes and movement to get started, which won’t require much in the way of art to start with.