In this video, you will learn about the 2D animation feature in Blender and how it can be used to create a new two-dimensional (2D) animated short film. This is an extremely useful tool for users who want their YouTube videos optimized with quality 3D animations as well! However, there are some restrictions on when these features work best: It does not work with versions before 2.8 or afterwards – so if your computer doesn’t have those installed yet then don’t worry too much just yet ;).
In upcoming tutorials we’ll go over all the basics of working within b Excelsior Animation Studio™
Due to audio problems with this version I’ve now passed the audio through noise reduction. For the improved version see the following link
In this beginners tutorial video, you will learn how to create a simple airplane animation. From start-to-finish the process is broken down and illustrated by animated examples that fly across your screen!
For these videos, it uses the Blender Add-on “Import-Export: Import Images as Planes” which makes importing images easier. It also demonstrates how text can be used in a 2D animation and gives some tips on best practices from their experience with this tool!
You can always count on the well-informed to find new and creative ways of making an old technique look fresh. Take for example, hiding images in your renderings usingexclusion from it – this is a simple trick for beginners but does not offer much flexibility or power! I have included details about how you use Shader Editor below:
A great wayto hidethat pesky 1024x1024px graphic we don’t want everyone seeing would involve simply omittingits inclusion inthe final product through
The shader editor is more complicated for beginners, but it’s worth the time and effort because of how adjustable this tool really is.
You can see more examples of the transitions I’ve created at the PowerUp 4.0 airplane video at:
00:00 Introduction to Blender 2D
01:31 Launching Blender on Ubuntu and 2D animation option
04:54 Enabling the Image as Planes add-on
06:44 Adding text to a 2D animation
08:34 Changing the font in Blender
09:50 Changing color using materials
10:49 Animating using the Blender timeline
11:48 Creating movement on Blender timeline
16:58 Changing text transparency (alpha)
18:39 Moving keyframes on the timeline
20:54 Excluding objects from the render
24:08 Rendering to a MP4 video file
See the blog post and links for the files to download at: http://www.penguintutor.com/news/blender/2danimationsblender