BurntPasta’s Flipnote Studio 3D Color Mixing Tutorial!
I do my best to showcase how I mix colors using different colors and brush textures/fill textures~
*COLOR LAYERING IS THE KEY <3*
A lot of my color combinations were created by experimenting. Sometimes something would start off green with a layer of white using the first texture with a layer of blue on top using one of the later textures and I would end up making a lighter turquoise color..
I encourage everyone who animates or even just ‘arts’ in general on flipnote to experiment with all kinds of color combinations! :3
For example: The best grey is actually created with the checker pattern brush of yellow on bottom, blue on top! (or vice versa!) It can be seen on the mettaton ex doodle seen above! Using white on black kind of creates a harsher grey that does not look metallic at all and blends in too much with the black outlines..
Another example is using Red on Green in the checker pattern brush creates a warm brown… Perfect for trees, monster kid stripes, or even hair color!
I tend to create the colors on the character first and then go back with either of the stripe pattern brushes with black to create shading since it allows both of the under-colors show through… But for high-lights, I prefer to use the checker brush and paint on white. ^^
Always remember that the more spaced out your brush is, the more you will see colors on lower layers, so you do a lot more mixing because of this!
~~~~~ I would like to take a second to thank the anon who asked ‘how I color with Flipnote’ that prompted this tutorial! <3
I’ve been meaning to do one for a while now, but I’ve never done a full-fledged tutorial before… ^^;
I HOPE THIS HELPS! <3
PS: My favorite colors to make in flipnote are the purple made with red and blue and the checker brush, and turquoise made the same way with blue and green. lawl. >3<
Extraordinary Tales is an anthology of five animated tales based on classic Edgar Allan Poe stories presented in a feature film format. Through his encounters with the Raven, Poe is given one last chance to divert his destiny in a series of macabre adventures. Using sophisticated 3D rendering and lighting techniques, each segment will visually express the graphic universe of illustration’s masters, thus visually matching the expressionist genius of Edgar Allan Poe’s writing.
Includes: “The Tell-Tale Heart,” “The Pit and the Pendulum,” “The Fall of the House of Usher,” “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar,” and “The Masque of the Red Death.”
KÀ by Cirque du Soleil | Behind the Blockbuster: 3D Head Scan
The KÀ team has replaced the old-fashioned plaster head molding process with a 3D head scan technique. This not only makes the process more efficient, but also allows the team to recreate a prop at any time. Watch as they explain the head scan process in detail!
Creative coding project by @ravenkwok uses the Processing programming language to develop audio visuals with 3D Voronoi technique:
1DDCB is a hybrid, basically blending rules and visual forms used in the generative systems for Skyline (vimeo.com/139977231) & Stickup (vimeo.com/147383431). As always, this system is programmed using Processing, and produces the visual for Karma Fields’ (soundcloud.com/karmafields) New Age Dark Age debut album announcement.
Like Stickup, 1DDCB consists of multiple layers of quadtree
structures, which recursively subdivide themselves to random patterns.
The vertices of each cell within the quadtree are used as seeds to
generate a layer of Voronoi tessellation, collectively forming a
fragmental geometric chaos.
Savannah is finally compete! She take a long time… with so many problems… @_@
Problems aside, she’s not perfect, as always. I tried a few new techniques. 3D ears, color changing, a longer tail, and a more proper and less fluffy tail. I actually like this way more than Festive’s fluff of a tail. I’m almost tempted to get some sort of wire and stick it in her ears and in her tail for they can be adjustable.
No progress shots of her, I used that time to take pictures for the pattern… which may have gotten lost because my camera sucks. Oi. Oh well. Many more attempts to come.
Next on my list will be either a Mini Marsh or a Mini Skiffy, or both at the same time, since I need to wait for a yarn cutter.