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The new Bajaj DTSi commercial starring Pulsar 220, XCD 135 & Discover as ROBOTS. Created by Leo Burnett India & directed by Tarsem.

Autodesk SketchBook Pro Designed for use with tablet PCs or digitized pen tablets, Autodesk® SketchBook® Pro painting and drawing software is your digital sketchpad. It is easy to use with fast, reactive drawing and productivity-enhancing tools that help you express your ideas freely and boost production. Use it in any design process where pen and paper would traditionally be used, including:

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* Illustrations
* Character studies
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* Storyboarding
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Paint User Interface
The user interface is easy to learn for new users and fast and efficient for experts. Customizable marking menus give one-flick access to key tools like colors and brushes. Intuitive on-demand controls zoom, pan and rotate the canvas. Straight-edge and ellipse templates capture perfect strokes. Floating tools change your brush size as you work—without opening the brush editor.

Brush Customization
Create nontraditional brushes to add texture to an image, enhancing the creative drawing process beyond what is possible with pen and paper. Create and save your own brushes, erasers, airbrushes, or smear brushes. Vary the size, transparency, roundness, slant, and stamp spacing. You can also specify your own image as the brush stamp to create custom texture brushes.

Drawing Annotations
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Email Integration
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Creating a Toon Shader in 3ds Max . This tutorial covers manually creating a toon shader inside 3ds Max using a falloff map and using Mental Ray for the outlines.

Creating a Toon Shader in 3ds Max from Sean Bellinger on Vimeo.

Credit by Sean Bellinger

This part covers hit animation, ground preaparation and camera animation. It also shows some fine tuning.

Biped Animation Tutorial PART 3 from Lukasz Kubinski on Vimeo.



Very cool trailer of Planet 51 movie and Behind the scenes.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, New Line Cinema has acquired Ilion Animation Studios’ $60 million feature from Handmade Films International.

‘Planet 51’ is a funny reverse alien invasion story centered on the little green people with antennas who inhabit Planet 51, and who live in fear of being invaded by beings from another planet.


When astronaut Captain Charles “Chuck” Baker lands his spaceship, thinking that nobody lives there, the inhabitants’ paranoia is unleashed and the real adventure begins. Befriended by a young resident, the astronaut has to avoid capture in order to recover his spaceship and return home.


The film is written by Joe Stillman (Shrek, Shrek 2), produced by Ignacio Perez Dolset, directed by Jorge Blanco and co-directed by Javier Abad and Marcos Martinez, who worked with Blanco on the worldwide best-selling video game “Commandos”.


‘Planet 51’ is currently in production and due for completion in mid-March 2009.

Trailer

Behind the scenes 1

Behind the scenes 2


The second part of the greate tutorial from Lukasz Kubinski show us how to animate biped jump you’ll enjoy with this tutorial .

Biped jump animation videotutorial part 2 from Lukasz Kubinski on Vimeo

Part 1

The author of this video is Luke KUBIŃSKI, www.dashdot.pl


I’ ve found this video on http://www.vimeo.com from Lukasz Kubinski he show us how to
animate ” Bipede Jump ” .created a nearly 2-hour video tutorial consisting of three parts.
In this video he use the polish language however you can understand it.


The first part shows the basic animation of biped running.

ANIMATION TUTORIAL PART1 from Lukasz Kubinski on Vimeo.

Part 2

The author of this video is Luke KUBIŃSKI, www.dashdot.pl


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