UPDATED January 2018 to add arm & hand commands suitable for characters talking on mobile phone.
You’ve seen character toolkits with dozens, or even hundreds of animations. This project blows them all away.
Create an animated spokesperson or narrator, with lip sync, as part of your explainer video with this very flexible, easy, and well drawn project. Your explainer video will be unique, with over 1,000,000,000,000 (yes, TRILLION) possible character animations that are created from over 1000 body part animations that are controlled using just 102 triggering commands.
The project is 100% drawn in AE and scalable as vectors.
The centerpiece of this project is the characters.2 Characters:
- 1 Man, with over 6000 looks
- 1 Woman, with over 4800 looks
- Plus easily change all colors
- 11 Body Command to trigger 121 Body Animations
- 3 Head Tilt Commands to trigger 9 Animations
- 3 Torso Rotation Commands to trigger 9 Animations
- 13 Left/Right Arm Commands trigger 169 Animations per arm
- 13 Left/Right Hand Commands trigger 143 Animations per arm
- 2 Blink Commands trigger 3 Animations
- 4 Eye Direction Commands trigger 12 Animations
- 15 Mood Commands trigger 225 Animations
- 13 Lip Sync Commands trigger 169 Animations
PLUS, 3 Mouth Options to choose between the mouth following the mood, a generic speech loop for easy on/off lip sync, or manual lip sync.In addition to the nicely drawn and easy to animate characters, this project includes 8 “Smart” cut scenes to show mobile devices with animated gestures:
- Man/Woman using smart phone
- Man/Woman using tablet in portrait orientation
- Man/Woman using tablet in landscape orientation
- Man/Woman gestures only
- Each cut scene has 5 device gesture commands to trigger 5 animations
AND, so that your explainer video will have a consistent look, we have included over 200 graphics and backgrounds drawn by the same artist. (See 2:37 in preview video)
Download includes an html help document with images. You can also view a Video Tutorial
Animation CommandsFor the Characters:
For the Cut Scenes