Bring your characters to life with ease with CrazyTalk Animator 3.1.
Photoshop designers have all the tools to create amazing characters, but when you want to get those characters moving, the process of going from design to animation can be a little daunting. This is where Reallusion’s 2D animation software CrazyTalk Animator 3.1 (CTA) excels. With specialized Photoshop templates designed to make humans, creatures, talking heads and much more, you can quickly animate PSD characters, saving valuable set-up time. Here are five top tips for getting the most out of this powerful software.
Reallusion updates 2D animation software, CrazyTalk Animator 3.1 with specialized Photoshop templates to easily setup and save PSD character designs as fully auto-rigged CrazyTalk Animator characters. CrazyTalk Animator PSD character animation tools allow any artist to create characters in Photoshop (or PSD layer compatible tools) that can come to life with lip-sync, bone animation and morphing. You can save valuable setup time and quickly animate PSD characters directly from Photoshop using PSD templates designed to make human biped, quadruped, talking heads and more!
Tip& Tutorial by Adolf Navarro
Use 3ds Max, 3D-Coat, Character Creator and iClone to improve your characters
PBR materials give an extra realism aspect to your models. Here, I will show you a pipeline to create a human character and all their clothes texturized using PBR materials. The goal is to obtain a very realistic model of a clothed soldier while keeping a reasonable number of polygons, making it available to fast render animations or video games.
Discover how iClone and HitFilm combine to create 3D animation, 3D models, and video editing capabilities…
iClone and HitFilm combine with outstanding results for incorporating 3D animation, 3D models, and video editing. Here are the top 5 reasons I’ve found to use iClone and HItFilm together as a power-duo for 3D and video VFX.
iClone is a powerful 3D animation software, that stands out by being affordable, very intuitive and user-friendly. It has a surprisingly short learning curve, and it really boosts the performance of any animation process, allowing us to achieve spectacular results without the need of expensive and complicated resources.
If you have ever created a 3D animated film, or any film for that matter then you know how labor intensive it can be. The planning, the scripting, the editing, the everything! There is so much to take into consideration that we often ask ourselves —
- What is the fastest way to start?
- Can a single person do it all?
- What tools do I even use?
… just the thought alone is enough to put anyone off from such a production.
The Good News is — YES, there is a fast way. Yes, you can do it all on your own. And yes, there are tools for all of this.
Reallusion, the leader in real-time development tools launches Character Creator (CC) 2.0 featuring enhanced visual quality for 3D characters with industry standard PBR shaders, Image Based Lighting options, and a new Substance Material Generator to dynamically design high-quality 3D characters and appearances.
From the beginning, the free Character Creator tool innovated the character design process for 3D fully rigged characters with face and body slider morphs, interchangeable outfits, custom clothing design, facial lip syncing, character animation, content ecosystem and 3rd party export support.
The new Character Creator 2.0 (CC 2) comes with updated visuals for industry standard PBR shaders, allowing users to import PBR textures made with 3D paint tools like; Substance Painter, 3D Coat, or Quixel. Users can now export their Character Creator assets to iClone 7, Unreal, Unity, or Sketchfab with the same PBR visual quality.
VIDEO: Character Creator 2.0 – Brings Ultra-realism to everyday 3D Characters
If you are a Photoshop artist, a Dreamweaver designer, or an Adobe user with a Creative Cloud membership then we have some awesome news for you as now you can animate 3D characters with thousands of high-quality Mixamo animations for FREE!
…well sort of free because you still need a $9.99 membership. But it really is an all-you-can-eat at the Adobe animation buffet!