Learn to Make Graphic Art and Animation

You don’t have to go to art school to learn graphic art and animation. You just need the willingness to learn.

Studying how other people accomplished projects is one of the best ways to learn. To get a wide breadth of experience, this section analyzes and discusses examples from animation, live-action films, still images, comics, and more.

Additionally, it includes short-form tutorials about specific features in content production software, particularly Blender, to learn tools, techniques, and procedures to improve your workflow in all aspects of your production pipeline.

Finally, check out the long-form tutorials, lessons learned, and retrospectives that show you step-by-step how I produced some of the animated videos you see in the Quests and other productions from start to finish.

Learn Storytelling

Before you start creating art and animation, learn graphic storytelling fundamentals.

Woman editing a film script by making various colored marks and notes on the paper packet

Learn Modeling

A potter creating a clay sculpture

Learn Animation

Swirling clouds of colored smoke particles

Learn Cinematography

Two men in the desest with film making equipment

Learn Coding

An image of a computer screen with programming code displayed

Learn Production

A video editing screen on a computer

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