#1 06-15-2016 4:24 am

ChuThangAnimation
Registered: 06-07-2016
Posts: 4

My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

After a period of study and learn, this is my first product ...
Video made by: autodesk maya, after effects, photoshop and some other software.
you watch the video and make comments to the video to better
All contact and cooperation, help, questions sent to:
      - https://www.facebook.com/chuthanganimation
        - mail :  copyright@chuthanganimation.ga or chuthang3d@gmail.com
episode 2
https://www.youtube.com/embed/ALL9HGIkvQ0
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https://youtu.be/a3JtB5_huQ8

Last edited by ChuThangAnimation (06-24-2016 2:46 pm)

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#2 06-15-2016 9:20 am

acolors
Registered: 07-01-2014
Posts: 286
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Re: My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

Hello ChuThangAnimation,
This is a good start. It looks like you are eager to tell a story by
making 3d movies.
1.
That is fine, do so but before that you need
to study/know/apply/use 12 basic principles of animation. They apply
even to 3d objects like cars in your case. Your animation is too
mechanical, it tells the story but it is very stiff & that is NO NO !
Actually by animate objects not human characters it is
a perfect way to start learning those 12 basic principles of animation.
It is much much easier to follow through or overlapping on objects.
.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12_basic_ … _animation
2.
Some of your 3d objects go though another objects eg: a police light,
cars wheels & that is another NO NO !  This is easily fix when planning
& building your models, or cheating by changing their size in every scene
(however that could be noticed by viewers)
3.
I do not know what children ages you are targeting  here 0-2, 3-6, 5-8 ect
but in my opinion a pace of your move is too slow as well as too flat.
You can make some parts of your move faster & some slower
that would make it more interesting to watch.
4.
In my personal opinion all your models are SO clean and sterile.
That's way I do not like 3d animation,
although you could apply texture using "dirty" bitmaps.
Eg: you do not need to do all opening for your windows, you can just apply
a picture (bitmap) with a wall & windows, especially if you are not going
to animate this model, or part of it. That speeds up creating models enormously.
Anyway, I could be wrong here perhaps you wanted that "clean" look .
Finally,
have you ever watched Disney Pixar Cars The Movie ?
Well I haven't but since cars are your subject you can learn a lot
just by watching how big studios doing it.
There are plenty clips from "Cars" on YT I'm sure of it
hope that helps
you have a lot to learn & apply that knowledge
(some people like me know things but not apply them. Well it's not only me...LOL)
good luck in your 3d adventure.
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#3 06-15-2016 6:18 pm

ericraffle
From: South Africa
Registered: 02-03-2012
Posts: 1782

Re: My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

I agree with the above comments, you have got a story you want to tell but I feel that you are not telling it correctly,

In my opinion this kind of story telling is more suited for childeren ages 3 and up, but I feel presently a lot is missing on the actual story to children in those ages, first off a child will be too young to understand what the story is about which is why you need to introduce characters that talk like humans, help a child relate more to the actual characters, a child won't read subtitles off a skreen which is why you have character cars talking, also there was a lot of animation princibles missing.

Your audio and sound effects need to be toned down, I do like the story of having a bunch or even one main character transporting other cars to a new destination and along the way things happen which they can learn a new lesson from it and each episode could be a new adventure a new path to follow and something new for kids to learn but the biggest aspect is to keep it very simple and streight to the point, kids have a short concentration span, so keep it fun, to the point and educational.

I feel on the animation side of things you have got a lot to learn but we all have to start somewhere.

Last edited by ericraffle (06-15-2016 6:24 pm)


Good Luck !! And happy animating to all

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#4 06-20-2016 3:16 pm

ChuThangAnimation
Registered: 06-07-2016
Posts: 4

Re: My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

thank your answer

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#5 06-24-2016 2:49 pm

ChuThangAnimation
Registered: 06-07-2016
Posts: 4

Re: My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

update episode 2

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#6 06-24-2016 5:18 pm

nehabapat01
Registered: 06-24-2016
Posts: 2

Re: My first 3d cartoon - My to share my passion to you guys.

You have taken great efforts.

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