Curious - Cut and Shut Paint and Roto Power techniques with Mocha & MochaShape | .mp4 | project files | 3.72Gb Rotoscoping is a key skill for all visual effects artists. Supercharge your roto using the power tools and rock solid motion tracking data found in Imagineer Systems Mocha & mochaShape.
Merry English on DVD (02 DVD) | 2.18 GB + 1.81 GB English | 02 DVD-Video + PDF Books | MPEG2 720x576 25 fps | LPCM 1536 Kbps 48 KHz Genre: Learning English | Level: For Children
Based on stories about Rocky the Raccoon, the magical Freddy and their friends, the books contain various fun, interactive activities to do before, during and after watching the short films on the attached DVD. The DVD, which is compatible with Interactive Whiteboards, contains animated stories, cartoons and songs. These simple and clear books are suitable for individual use at home or as exercise books for the holidays, as well as in class.
Fundamentals of Character Animation with George Maestri | 574 MB
The fundamentals of great character animation are rooted in posing your model in a way that reads true, animating from pose to pose to mimic natural movement, and simulating convincing dialogue. Start here to learn the skills all beginning animators need to know to bring their characters to life, regardless of software or style. Author and animator George Maestri first teaches you how to position your model and create realistic poses that tell stories and consider balance and weight. Next, you'll take those poses and animate between them in what's called pose-to-pose animation. Then you'll get your character moving in a basic walk cycle, add expression to the face, and incorporate dialogue. Finally, you'll learn how to tie all the fundamentals together in a scene complete with pose-to-pose animation and dialogue.
The Fiction of Relationship by Arnold Weinstein English | Size: 9.21 GB Category: Relationship As individuals we are defined by relationships, by our connection to people, places, and things. Such connectedness can be not only emotional and erotic but also political, environmental, and even textual, enacted through writing. In this course we explore the nature and meaning of such connections in ten major works of narrative fiction from the 18th century to the present. These include: Manon Lescaut by Abb? Pr?vost; two works by Herman Melville, Bartleby the Scrivener and Benito Cereno; Charlotte Bront?'s Jane Eyre and two stories by Franz Kafka, "Metamorphosis" and "The Country Doctor"; Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse and William Faulkner's Light in August; an anthology of stories, Ficciones, by Jorge Luis Borges and The Ice Palace by Tarjei Vesaas; Tony Morrison's Beloved and Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee.