Hi guys! I’m doing a master’s in Technical Communication and one of my current courses focuses on the development of a tutorial. Since many of my fellow students could really benefit from an animation tutorial, I’ve decided to create a beginner’s tutorial for Synfig.
My question is: is there anyone willing to review/test my tutorial during development? Expert’s views are also very welcome. Basically: all testing and/or feedback would really help me (and, hopefully, this community too).
The tutorial I’m making focuses on the following basic animating procedures:
Setting Up the Project
Creating a Gradient Background
Placing an Image onto the Canvas
Creating Vector Images
Grouping Multiple Layers
Animating: setting up the first scene
I hope we can make a great beginner’s tutorial together. Thanks!
Thanks! I must say that I have not seen that tutorial yet. My bad, it looks great!
However, I feel like it is a rather extensive (and thus, possibly, long) tutorial. My aim is to make an as short as possible tutorial covering just what you need to know as a student who wants to create a simple animation for a school project, and not per se for people who want to become really good animators.
Or am I in the wrong place for such a project on this forum?
Hi guys! I’m sorry for the radio silence over the past few days.
I’ve made a (VERY) simple animation for absolute beginners, using some of the (what I think are) key principles of Synfig and animating in general. Also, I have created a short, written tutorial draft.
Could you guys please check out these documents. and let me know if there is anything you miss, or wish to see differently? Other general comments are ofcourse also welcome!