Keyframes are the foundation for 3D animation. In this video, learn how to set, tweak, and reset keyframes.
- [Instructor] Now we get to the meat and potatoes … of character animation, animating. … It's going to help to unhide that scene that we had earlier. … Let's pull back out. … We have our big old fish bowl. … I'm going to click on this fish bowl … and go to this object tab … and go to visibility, viewport display … and switch display as two wire. … That way we can still see where it is, … but it won't be obscuring our view. … Now, if I click on our armature, I can go to Pose mode … and here it'll help to go through our little runner, … set it to octahedron and go ahead … and pick on our master bone right there. … See it? … Let's go ahead and move it up … and you want to be sure to move it in Pose mode, … not in Object mode, … that's where weird things could happen. … So moving in Pose mode, right about here, … we can hide this for now … and we're going to want to bring open our timeline area. … Now that I've moved this into position, … let's go ahead and pose out our fin. … So I'm going to rotate it up a little bit, …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learn Blender in Under an Hour
2. Modeling and Sculpting
3. Textures and Shading
4. Create Animations
5. Particles, Forces, and Fire
6. Putting It All Together
7. Advanced Techniques
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