The Weekly Blog
A couple of weeks ago, I made gold painted lego’s in Blender 2.8. The final result was so relaxing for me to watch.
It took awhile but I finally finished my parkour animation in Blender 2.8.
Took a month off from the blog but now I am back. This week it’s all about particle simulation.
For the past two weeks I have been working on creating an intro video to all my YouTube videos. It took awhile but after a couple of different designs, I picked my favorite.
I’m currently trying to create an introduction title video to my YouTube videos. This neon sign is one in contention.
This is the second compilation of projects that I have done since April. I’m getting a little more comfortable with the program and have learned a lot.
I decided to take the plunge and try another water infused tutorial. I’ve previously tried to do a water tutorial and failed.
I believe this is my third tutorial with Ducky 3D. The final animation was absolutely stunning and it only took 10 minutes to create. That is the thing that absolutely blows my mind about this software, how something that looks really complicated is actually pretty easy to make.
It’s been nearly 3 months since I last used the grease pencil. It was beyond time to get do another animation project to get reacquainted with the pencil.
After taking a week break from Blender, I came back recharged and completed another fun tutorial!
Just finished my first motion graphics animation in Blender 2.8 (Beta). Every time I do something in Blender and actually complete it, I have to give myself a pat on the back.
Finally finished the African Capoeira animation that I’ve been working on for about 4 weeks!
I’ve had my original Instagram (@jjanneanthony) since 2015. You would think that by now I would have this social media stuff figured out, well my friend you would be wrong.
As the title suggests, I am currently working on my next animation. This is probably my hardest yet most enjoyable animation to date.
I saw a tutorial on Youtube on how to make realistic grass and I thought why not?
This past week, Procreate unveiled the first major update for 2019, version 4.3. The update included the addition of text, additional blending options and (my personal favorite) the animated GIF option.
I’ve been using Blender since January and I would still consider myself a beginner. However it’s nice to sit back and see how far the mountain I’ve climbed so far.
Finally finished the Wushu Animation and boy, was it a trip!
As the title suggests, I’m back from my week off. Between you and me, I didn’t go to a beach or anything like that, I stayed home and continued to make art.
After recently finishing the ‘100 Day Challenge’, I felt recharged and renewed. I decided to tackle something I wanted to do for a while but just didn’t do…make my first 2D animation in Blender 2.8.