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Making Puffin Rock Webinar - Moho in a TV Series

Making Puffin Rock Webinar - Moho In A Tv Series

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Tutorial Number: 382
Made with: Moho Pro 12
Level: Intermediate

Making a TV series is a bit like a puzzle and Moho animation software is an essential piece that completes it. In this webinar, Jeremy Purcell (Assistant Director) will be showing how Moho worked with other tools like Shotgun, Deadline, Photoshop and After Effects to produce the TV Series Puffin Rock.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar include:

- Bringing a character from design to compositing
- Seeing inside a character model
- Working with a studio in another country on the same files
- Seeing what a scene file is made up of

This is a chance for you to see how a bigger animation production, Puffin Rock, and its 78 x 7 minute episodes structured a pipeline around Moho to get the best out of the software as well as how it works with other departments in the production.

About the Presenter: Jeremy was Assistant Director on two seasons of Puffin Rock, for a total of 78 episodes. Prior to that, he was Efx Supervisor on two feature films with Cartoon Saloon: 'Brendan and the Secret of Kells' and 'Song of the Sea'. He is currently working on Cartoon Saloon's next feature, 'The Breadwinner', as well as in pre-production on their next Moho TV series.

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  • Member Since: 20 January 2014
    Last Logged In: 4 July 2018
    Comments: 3
    Tutorials Completed: 17
    hany says:
    18 November 2016 at 06:32:42 PM
    great lessons for professional animation studios process , thanks , but could we more about modeling Oona , especially for mouths and eyes action how they are work well with head turn action , and why almost all layers are referenced copy ? , please , thanks

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