Motion Round Up: Toon shader in Blender & 3D short film

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Lighting Boy Studio releases new toon shader tutorial

David from Lighting Boy Studio released a new video with helpful tips on how to improve shadows on your Toon Shader in Blender 2.8. First he’ll take you through the steps of painting out light in your scene with masks to cheat your shadows. He will also show you how to add more definition to your models.

Behind the scenes of 'Scoob!' with Cartoon Brew

‘Scoob!’, the first ever fully 3D animated Scooby Doo movie was released May 15th. The film bringing much nostalgia as the entire original squad comes together again but this time as an origin story. Cartoon Brew’s new podcast with the director Tony Cervone & animation supervisor Bill Haller goes behind the process of creating all the iconic characters into the 3D world.
https://www.cartoonbrew.com/podcast/cartoon-brew-podcast-behind-the-scenes-of-scoob-192017.html

Vimeo Staff Pick - Horse

AJ Jefferies is the creator behind this extremely amusing and inspiring 3D animated short. Just under 2mins AJ takes you through the struggle of being a horse with clay like limbs who’s just trying to be comfortable in his body. The sound design is on point as he introduces little characters that cheer on the horse to get up.

Eva Cremers self taught 3D animator creates all new interactive website

Eva Cremers is a self-taught 3D animator whose new website fires up the imagination! Not only is it a unique ride through her eccentric aesthetic but its interactive. Eva graduated college with a degree in Graphic Design but made the big jump to 3D animation thanks to an internship that wanted her to know the very basics of cinema 4D. This started the long road down to a new love of creating. Check out her full story and jump on to her website!
https://motionographer.com/2020/05/21/eva-cremers-gives-the-happy-you-need-right-now-heres-how/

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