Hi, I’m Ron Gonzalez and I seem to be living two lives, in one life I’m a part-time college instructor – I teach graphic arts, web development and animation, I’m married, I have two kids, I pay my taxes and I help older ladies to cross the road.
And the other life – I am an indie game developer where I go by the Alias hacker Sparckman, underground-cyber bot super hero, with one objective and that is to free indie game developers from evil coding by using new generation tools to build quicker, faster, better apps, and games.
Lunacreciente is a company dedicated to the production of audiovisual children’s content with more than 10 years in the music industry, and 5 years and 2 Million subscribers on YouTube!
They are a young company comprised of very talented people forged in the area of music, administration, production, editing and postproduction of, audio and video content determined to deliver the best possible programming to the general public.
This year, more than 27,000 fans, content creators, and industry executives flocked to the Anaheim Convention Center from June 26-28th for the 2017 VidCon show, as it gathers thousands of brilliant minds from video creators and industry opinion-leaders for the latest YouTube trends. The show is the largest conference for and about online video, as it attracts people across generations to celebrate, discuss, and define the future of online visual entertainment.
In 2017 Reallusion joined VidCon for the very first time, where we introduced the CrazyTalk animation software family to bring new and powerful animation tools to YouTube stars everywhere!
Watch Video: Hear our LIVE Testimonials from VidCon2017
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.
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!
In the world of animation, there are dozens of sources to choose from when looking to acquire professional, high-poly 3D characters to render stills and animation.
One source is Daz 3D, a 3D content and software company that specializes in providing rigged 3D human models, associated accessory content, and software. Of course, the real power behind Daz 3D is their online 3D content marketplace that has over 16,000 items. These include their Daz Genesis characters, which are the first generation of Daz 3D’s technology for creating human 3D figures.
Jason is a 3D artist who produces digital content such as animated graphics for television and video projections for musical theater companies. He also produces workshops for kids specializing in shooting, editing, and greenscreen.
Software used: Reallusion iClone 6.5 for Windows, Cyberlink PowerDirector for Windows, Fulldive VR player for Android, GoPro VR player for Windows
After 100 years of cinema, we are transitioning from watching a film to being present inside one. Very exciting times indeed! This cognitive leap from 2D to 360VR is so drastic that we must now start calling these new films “experiences” and we must also consider the viewer’s role early in the production process.
Creating immersive 360-degree videos requires a different sense of timing and spatial positioning. This tutorial will focus only on the challenges of creating content for viewing with VR goggles, such as those based on the Google Cardboard standard. (Note: When this tutorial refers to the “viewer”, it means the person who is wearing the goggles and watching your content.)