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2D, 3D animation, production studios, inspired and inspiring artists...
A practical, step-by-step guide to making your own animated video from A to Z. From idea to final file.
Explanations on the origin of Lottie, why it exists, its creators and how to create a vector animation in this format.
Destined to be an electronics engineer, I've always had a passion for illustration, design and animation. And I set out to make a living from an artistic profession...
Now that you know exactly how to animate, here's a quick summary of the 4 techniques described above, to help you find your way around.
The fourth article in this series looks at stop-motion and its production constraints, from puppet-making to final rendering.
The third article in this series focuses on 3D design and its production constraints, from modeling to final rendering.
The second article in this series explains how the computer is involved in motion graphics techniques.
This is the first in a series of articles on animation techniques. I show the challenges of each technique, their advantages and disadvantages.
The success of a film depends on at least these 8 steps, which I follow almost systematically.
Here are 5 films that have haunted me ever since I entered the world of motion design. They're still engraved in my memory, even though they weren't made yesterday.
Have you ever wondered how to find a graphic designer who can bring your ideas to life? Here is a short guide...
Video is everywhere today: on mobile phones, in the street, in the subway, at home,... How about an overview?
Today, motion design is an integral part of the audiovisual landscape. Here's a reminder of some of the key stages in its history.