Art & Animations By Ivy Summers

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  • bighbigh Posts: 7,679

    love it - that rat is hard to animate

  • Diomede_CarraraDiomede_Carrara Posts: 8,095

    Another winner, Ivy!  Is your voice actor a member of the union?  wink

    What software did you use?  I know you reported Daz Studio in your post, but I read in the Commons that Blender does animation but that Studio does not.  Saw it on a chart.  OK, just kidding.  devil

    Always love your work  Saw that you will be doing a Digital Art Live webinar on animating in Studio.  If I am not stuck in a traffic jam on I-95 coming back from the beach, I hope to participate, but I'm afraid the timing doesn't look good.

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    Diomede said:

    Another winner, Ivy!  Is your voice actor a member of the union?  wink

    What software did you use?  I know you reported Daz Studio in your post, but I read in the Commons that Blender does animation but that Studio does not.  Saw it on a chart.  OK, just kidding.  devil

    Always love your work  Saw that you will be doing a Digital Art Live webinar on animating in Studio.  If I am not stuck in a traffic jam on I-95 coming back from the beach, I hope to participate, but I'm afraid the timing doesn't look good.

    My hubby reluctantly did the voice for me so I was lucky to get th few lines i did..lol

    I did do animation this completely in daz studio

    bigh said:

    love it - that rat is hard to animate

    Thanks Bigh, yes he can be and that darn mill cat is not easy either.

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited August 5
    Diomede said:

    Another winner, Ivy!  Is your voice actor a member of the union?  wink

    What software did you use?  I know you reported Daz Studio in your post, but I read in the Commons that Blender does animation but that Studio does not.  Saw it on a chart.  OK, just kidding.  devil

    Always love your work  Saw that you will be doing a Digital Art Live webinar on animating in Studio.  If I am not stuck in a traffic jam on I-95 coming back from the beach, I hope to participate, but I'm afraid the timing doesn't look good.

    When Paul approached me to do a webinar for animation it was perfect timing I have been getting asked a lot of questions on animation and even though I am no pro I have been animating with daz since 2010 and have a good grasp of using it.

    the webinar is to add to your existing knowledge of what you already know about daz, this course is to get you started in creating animated scene quickly with just using daz studio and the plugins you can buy in the store. I am sure alot of people here know more about daz than I do. But I have a little experience with daz in animation so I'm happy to help Paul out with this Webinar. So thank you very much for the plug :)

    For anyone that missed the link in the Daz news letter and you maybe interested in getting started with animation in daz studio ,  you can read about the course here.

    DAZ Studio : Getting Started with Animation   Saturday August 11 @ 8:00 pm - Sunday August 12 @ 10:00 pm BST

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited August 29

    Have you ever wanted to bring your renders to life?

    With the help of  Digital Art Live , we released a new Tutorial   Daz Studio : Getting Started with Animation

     This is the basic information you need to get you started in creating your own story animations using just Daz Studio and available plugins you can acquire at the Daz3d store.

    For anyone that has bought this animation lesson and have any questions,  Please feel free to post them on this thread so I can get back to you.

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  • mindsongmindsong Posts: 976

    Bravo Ivy!

    Congrats on the seminar, product, and successfully making the leap to PA!

    I hope your product does well and inspires a new crop of brilliant animators!

    Maybe they'll give us our own forum topic again! If so, I'll 'blame' you!!!

    cheers!

    --ms

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    Thank you mindsong for your encouragement . your hope is my hope as well :)

  • ArtiniArtini Posts: 3,418
    edited August 30

    Oh my - congrats on making it.

    You are my favorite animator artist, so it was a must buy for me, even if I do not use Daz Studio,

    for trying to make animations.

     

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  • BeeMKayBeeMKay Posts: 6,365

    I was there for the recording, and found it very helpful and I learned a ton of things! If there's going to be a follow up, I'm definitely going to sign up for that, too.heart

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited August 31

    Thanks Guys for the great feed back.

    @BeeMKay  We are working on doing a more specialize courses in broke down segments, so we can offer it in a more concentrated parts of each step it takes to create animation with daz, Mostly because of the amount of knowledge that it has to cover. I think you noticed the couse you attened moved along rather quickly   Anyway, so far the plan is sometime in October hopefully we will have a more specialized class, on animate2, & how to use the plugins Graphmate & Keymate,    & I have had a lot of request for more details on the rigging & the joint editor. and I want to get into using deformers for creating motions pressure effects at sometime as well so maybe we can do that all in another segment later on 

     

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    A fun demo I did using animated texture script

    https://vimeo.com/287352002

  • TooncesToonces Posts: 828

    Nice job! Now if only there were a way to make the clothing rip. At one point, it almost seemed as if the pants were ripping along the thigh.

  • Diomede_CarraraDiomede_Carrara Posts: 8,095

    I couldn't attend but I did pick up the video.  Can't wait to download and watch.

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited August 31
    Toonces said:

    Nice job! Now if only there were a way to make the clothing rip. At one point, it almost seemed as if the pants were ripping along the thigh.

    Thank you.  I could have shrunk the clothesa little that may have faked a ripping effect. But this was more or else a demo on animated texture script making him change color.

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    Diomede said:

    I couldn't attend but I did pick up the video.  Can't wait to download and watch.

    @Diomede

    Thank you for your purchase I hope you learn some new tricks  :)

  • bighbigh Posts: 7,679

    How can I put this - wish you luck - cost to much for me

  • FirstBastionFirstBastion Posts: 4,312

    This awesome news.  Congratulations on the release of your tutorial. 

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    bigh said:

    How can I put this - wish you luck - cost to much for me

    Why would you need to BigH, smiley you prolly know mor than I do about daz animationyes

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    This awesome news.  Congratulations on the release of your tutorial. 

    Thank you very much. I had some awesome help from Paul at Digital Art Live doing this for me. smiley

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    This is a Fluid animations test done completely in Daz Studio

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WsJMHJf2Bufb1a1OKnvvIuwa7gY-2h4P/view?usp=sharing

  • KnittingmommyKnittingmommy Posts: 7,408

    Hey! Congrats, Ivy. I can't wait to start watching the tutorial. I was bummed I couldn't make the live event. I'm looking forward to learning from you. Crossing my fingers that more animation tutorials happen. That would be awesome. Especially the Keymate and Graphmate. I have both and I'm still terrible at using them.

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited September 1

    Hi Knittingmommy  Thank you for your support.

    I hope the course helps you this webinar course was set up for people wanting to do a little more with daz after learning what they can do with  still renders ,So  this first one is a beginning point to get you started. , if you have any questions feel free to ask me here in case anyone else may have the same question. .  The plan is to have a webinar course sometime in Oct on graphmate & keymate plugins both and to explore deeper into animate 2 and how to edit sub tracks and save them as one aniblock. there is just so much to learn about animating with daz we had to break it down into segments . Thank you for your feed back :)

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    A Updated Fluidos plugin demo

    click to play

     

  • FishtalesFishtales Posts: 3,497

    That looks amazing Ivy.

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    Thanks Fishtales , its a awesome plugin  :)

  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited September 17

    just screen shot for helping someone in SMS sorry to make you look laugh

     

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited September 17

    Please disregard these picture they are for helping someone in PM get their product pagckaged correctly

     

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477

    Some captures on  how to create morphs using the deformer tool  please disregard these pictures this is for someone i am working with in PM

     

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited October 8

    Please disregaurd this post I had to post a screen shot for some paypal settings

    Sorry for making you look.

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  • IvyIvy Posts: 4,477
    edited October 8

    Click to play

    Description:
    These aniblocks and poses where made specially for the Bugsy 3du toon cockroach character,
    And made to work for Bugsy gang characters as well using just one preset.
    Instructions:
    "Keep Limits Off" when applying poses.
    Aniblocks are drop & drag onto the animate2 timeline.
    the walk cycle can be looped.
    Added Squish morph built into the squish pose and Bug size scale added as a preset for easy scene set up.
    Note:Animate2 timeline is required for aniblocks. https://www.daz3d.com/animate2
    Usage Rights:
    This set is free to use in commercial and non-commercial renders & animations only.
    Do Not resell or redistribution. these poses or aniblocks,
    Do Not include them in other pose & aniblock sets to be given or sold as a bundle.
    Please do not use them in scripts for game engines without my consent.

    Happy Rendering

    Download hosted at sharecg.com  Link  https://sharecg.com/v/92372/browse/21/DAZ-Studio/Poses-and-AinBlocks-for-the-3DU-Toon-Cockroach

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