What's this course about?


In this class, students will learn about utilizing a flexible workflow that can be used for almost any type of shot. They’ll learn how to listen to their instincts, find a connection to the shot, and turn those intuitions into something practical and useful. Beginning a shot from the Rhythm and the Energy can have a lot of utility and unlock many different ways of approaching your animation!


HOW WILL THIS COURSE WORK?

This course will be broken into these main components:

Lecture
Shot Start
Rhythm Pass
Shot Walkthrough - 1st pass
Shot Walkthrough - 2nd pass
Shot Walkthrough - Polishing & Finaling


DRIP RELEASES:

Each module will be released on a monthly (approximately) basis starting on February 26.

Module 1: February 2021

Module 2: March 2021

Module 3: April 2021

Module 4: May 2021

Module 5: June 2021




Course curriculum

Please note lessons displayed as a point of reference. Many more lessons will be added once each new module becomes available.

  • 1
  • 2

    Module 01: Rhythm Lecture

    • 1.1 Meet Stephen Eusebio

    • 1.2 What's this about?

    • 1.3 Study your Shot

    • 1.4 Find a Connection

    • 1.5 Setting a Workflow

    • 1.6 Hearing the Rhythm

    • 1.7 Sing Along Ball

    • 1.8 Road Map

    • 1.9 Blocking Pass

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    • 1.10 Sing Along Blocking

  • 3

    Module 02: Tips & Tricks

    • 2.1 Intro

    • 2.2 Different Methods

    • 2.3 Rhythm in Chunks

    • 2.4 Using the Waveform

    • 2.5 Closure

  • 4

    Module 03: Shot Walk-Through

    • 1.1 Intro

    • 1.2 Shot Idea

    • 1.3 Shot Pitch

    • 1.4 Animatic

    • 2.1 Video Reference

    • 2.2 Drum Reference

    • 2.3 Tap Reference

    • 3.1 Walkthrough Environment

    • 3.2 Walkthrough Characters

    • 3.3 Walkthrough Prop Rig P1

    • 3.4 Walkthrough Prop Rig P2

    • 3.5 Walkthrough Prop Rig P3

    • 4.1 Walkthrough Broken Prop P1

    • 4.2 Walkthrough Broken Prop P2

    • 5.1 Character Rig Controls P1

    • 5.2 Character Rig Controls P2

    • 5.3 Character Rig Controls P3

    • 5.4 Character Rig Controls P4

    • 6.1 Breaking Down Movement P1

    • 6.2 Breaking Down Movement P2

    • 6.3 Breaking Down Movement P3

    • 6.4 Breaking Down Movement P4

    • 7.1 More Break Downs P1

    • 7.2 More Break Downs P2

    • 7.3 More Break Downs P3

    • 7.4 More Break Downs P4

    • 7.5 More Break Downs P5

    • 7.6 More Break Downs P6

    • 7.7 More Break Downs P7

  • 5

    Module 04: Sing Along Ball

    • 1.1 Setting the Camera

    • 1.2 Sing Along Ball

    • 1.3 Sing Along Box

    • 1.4 Analyzing the Shot

    • 2.1 Sing Along Box P1

    • 2.2 Sing Along Box P2

    • 2.3 Sing Along Box P3

    • 2.4 Sing Along Box P4

    • 2.5 Sing Along Box P5

    • 2.6 Sing Along Box P6

    • 2.7 Sing Along Box P7

    • 3.1 Sing Along Box On TX P1

    • 3.2 Sing Along Box On TX P2

    • 3.3 Sing Along Box On TX P3

    • 3.4 Sing Along Box On RY P1

    • 3.5 Sing Along Box On RY P2

    • 3.6 Sing Along Box On RZ P1

    • 3.7 Sing Along Box On RZ P2

    • 4.1 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P1

    • 4.2 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P2

    • 4.3 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P3

    • 4.4 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P4

    • 4.5 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P5

    • 4.6 Squash & Stretch On SY-SX P6

    • 4.7 Closing Thoughts

    • 5.1 Setting the Scene P1

    • 5.2 Setting the Scene P2

    • 5.3 Transferring Attributes

    • 5.4 Sing Along Box On TZ

    • 5.5 Closing Thoughts

    • 6.1 Sing Along Box On TY

    • 6.2 Sing Along Box On TX & TZ

    • 6.3 Sing Along Box On RY & RZ

    • 6.4 Radio & Camera Position

    • 6.5 Camera Zoom-Out

    • 6.6 Radio Beat

    • 6.7 Animation Layers

    • 6.8 Layer Mode - Overwrite

  • 6

    Module 05: Shot Walk-Through Part II

    • 1.1 Setting Up the Character

    • 1.2 Transferring Animation Into Character

    • 1.3 Adjusting TY & RY

    • 1.4 Adjustments On TX P1

    • 1.5 Adjustments On TX P2

    • 2.1 Torso Analzye

    • 2.2 Torso On RX P1

    • 2.3 Torso On RX P2

    • 2.4 Torso On RX P3

    • 2.5 Torso On RX P4

    • 2.6 Torso On RX P5

    • 2.7 Torso On RX P6

    • 2.8 Torso On RX P7

    • 3.1 Torso On RZ P1

    • 3.2 Torso On RZ P2

    • 3.3 Torso On RY

    • 3.4 Torso On TY

    • 3.5 Head & Neck On RX

    • 3.6 Head & Neck On RX & RZ

What's in it for me?

  • Skills Up!

    Grow your animation skills with a flexible workflow based on Stephen Eusebio 12 year experience in the animation industry.

  • Course Certificate

    Upon successful course completion you will receive a course certification to aid you in your career path.

  • Toyrig and Animbot license.

    Students will get FREE Toyrig license for 4 months and a $10 USD discount for Animbot license - One of Maya's most powerful tools used by professional animators.

  • Feature Me

    Share with us any shots you prepare for this course and we will feature you on our newsletter and social outlets to aid you in your networking.

  • Unlimited Access

    Enrollment for course never expires. So you may take your time and review all material & recordings at your own pace!

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Who is teaching this course?

Stephen Eusebio

Cinematic Animator

Stephen Eusebio is from Los Angeles and has been a 3D artist and an Animator for 12 years. He currently works at Blizzard Cinematics. He has been there for almost 3 years animating for the best video game cinematics in the world. His work includes the cinematic and in-game cinematic shorts for Overwatch, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Diablo, and World of Warcraft.

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