Creature Mac Creature Animation Pro For Mac [UPD]
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Creature Mac Creature Animation Pro For Mac
Hello Cocos2DX Devs,I am the developer of Creature, an exciting new cutting edge 2D animation tool that is soon to be launched! With Creature, you can add stunningly fluid animation to your Cocos2DX digital content. At the core of Creature is a highly advanced skeletal animation, mesh deformation and dynamics system.
The main difference between Creature and other animation tools out there is its Directible Automated Animation Engine. What that means is the ability to procedurally generate, through an Automated but User Directible process, complex motion like Walk/Run Cycles, Tail Flopping, Wing Flapping, Cloth Dynamics and Flesh/Muscle response.
Such types of motion are normally very tedious to animate manually. With Creature, such tasks can be done in a much more efficient manner, resulting in huge time and cost savings! Of course the point of Creature is not to take away from animation as an art but to add to it. Hence all automated procedures can be tweaked, directed and in many cases manually adjusted.
I will be more than happy to answer any more questions you have as well as post any animation samples. In addition to that, do note that we are constantly updating and adding features to our Cocos2DX runtimes so any suggestions/tips will be appreciated.
Thanks for your compliments! The performance and memory requirements completely depend on the resolution of the animation meshes you use in your app. I will record a demo streaming off my ipad with multiple characters, basic AI and environmental effects and post it onto this forum. The demo is currently running on my iPad and it includes a couple of rather complex characters: A large dragon, multiple Mage characters (complex meshes) and some rabbits.
Are you mostly interested in the rotoscoping aspects of the app or something else? The basic version allows you to use all of the bone physics motors. In fact, the following example was done fully in the basic version: -html5/src/test/engine/creature.html
Creature is cutting-edge 2D animation software designed to add stunningly fluid animation to your digital content. Take advantage of Creature's directible automated animation engine and powerful workflow to produce amazingly complex animation in an incredibly easy and time-efficient manner. Creature is the ideal animation Tool for game developers, digital artists and web designers wanting to add that special animated magic to make your content come alive.
its great, but when we can see a normal FULL tutorial from start to finish, step by step(for example just start with 2d template and change character from standard to creature version and do simple blend from run, idle to jump)
Monster Mash is a new sketch-based modeling and animation tool that allows you to quickly sketch a character, inflate it into 3D, and promptly animate it. You can perform all interactions in the sketching plane. No 3D manipulation is required.
After clicking/tapping on 3Animate button in the menu the model can be animated by placing control pins on it and moving them around. Tap or click using left mouse button to create a control pin and drag it to make it move. Control pins can be selected by clicking/tapping on them and deleted using the button in the menu. You can also select multiple control pins by clicking/tapping and dragging a selection rectangle over them. Alternatively, you can select/deselect all control pins or change their visibility in the sub-menu where you can also use option Copy selected animation and Paste animation to transfer already recorded motion to other control pins.
The position of multiple control pins can be recorded in time and played back to create more complex animation. To activate the recording, press the button (it will turn red). Then by tapping or clicking on a control pin, the recording starts and stops when the mouse button, touch, or stylus is released. The animation can be paused and played back again by pressing the and button.
The system uses a simple strategy the synchronize the motion with other pins. The first pin motion you record will define the length of the entire animation cycle. A pin that corresponds to this master motion is marked with green color, and its position in the first frame is denoted as a bold black dot laying on its recorded motion trajectory. The system automatically starts the motion of a new recorded control pin at a frame that corresponds to the currently played frame of the master pin. You can shift this relative position in time using plus and minus keys on the keyboard.
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Predator was written in 1984 under the working title of Hunter. Filming ran from March to June 1986 with creature effects devised by Stan Winston; the budget was around $15 million. 20th Century Fox released the film on June 12, 1987, in the United States, and it grossed $98 million worldwide. Initial reviews were mixed, but the film has since been considered a classic of the action and science fiction genres and one of the best films of the 1980s.
The only surviving guerilla, Anna, is captured. Learning that more rebels are coming, the team chooses to trek to the extraction point. They are followed by an entity employing a cloaking device and thermal imaging technology, but a spooked Billy glimpses it while Anna attempts an escape. Hawkins catches her, but the creature attacks and kills him while sparing Anna. Dutch organizes a search party, but Blain is killed by the creature's plasma cannon. Enraged, Mac provokes everyone to blindly fire their weapons into the jungle, unknowingly wounding the creature. As the creature administers first-aid, the commandos regroup and realize they are being hunted. Dillon believes two or three guerrillas are responsible, but Billy is adamant that their pursuer is not human. They make camp for the night and set traps, which are triggered by a wild boar. In the confusion, Mac kills it while the creature steals Blain's body.
Dutch later realizes that their enemy uses the trees to travel and frees Anna, who states that her people had seen similarly mutilated bodies before. The next day, the group constructs a net trap and captures the creature, but it frees itself and Poncho is injured. Mac and Dillon pursue it but are outmaneuvered and killed. As the survivors flee, Billy stays behind to fight the creature. The creature kills Billy before following the survivors and killing Poncho. Realizing it does not attack unarmed individuals, Dutch tells the unarmed Anna to head to the extraction point. Dutch attempts to distract the creature by fleeing but is followed to a muddy riverbank and covered in mud. The creature fails to see him and leaves to collect trophies from the others. Dutch realizes the cool mud provided camouflage for his body heat. He crafts makeshift traps and weapons and lures the creature out at night with a war cry and torch.