(I think there was an older topic but it must have been in Help with code because I can’t find it right now)
I’ll update this with some information
Welcome, discuss Hopscotch animations, and animation & modelling in general which might help with a few tips onwards
There’s 2D and 3D animation, and you can create 3D models.
I was excited to find that you can combine lots of things with animation, super excited when I saw you could do programming with it!
Resources and Tips
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There are tips around the place, let me find
Start with basic shapes
They do actually use this to make sure that everything is the right relative size in your scene first, for example.
In relation to learning
The internet is a treasure trove of information
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(If anyone is looking at this and hasn't heard of either of them, it doesn't matter which tool anyone chooses haha, same with choice of programming language or art medium or music making tool)
Okay I couldn’t help quoting:
###What does Daniel use to make music?
Well, this is one of the most popular questions being asked to pretty much any creative except people who write books for some reason.
Short answer: It doesn’t matter
Long answer, well, let me write down what software and hardware I have…
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- Blender (free)
- Autodesk Maya (free)
- Google Sketchup (more for modelling)
- Gamemaker 3D
- People make cool stuff – builds and animations
- Marionette (2D animation)
- Aseprite (Pixel art)
Autodesk Sculpt+ (free, 3D)I can’t seem to find this on App Store anymore… looks like it may have been removed
- Don’t forget you can make those awesome movies on Hopscotch! I actually really love Hopscotch movies…
- SketchBook Motion (2D animation, free)
- Animatic (2D animation, free, intuitive)