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2019 Reel: Everton Schneider

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EverSimo writes:

This is my new reel with lots of blender works, almost every 3D here is blender, “almost” because sometimes I did only the animation for other studios and they rendered in their software, usually C4D.

I hope you like it…

About Author

Everton Schneider

I started drawing. Then I realised that I was full of talent and few years later I understood that God gave me all my abilities. I'm moving after his plans for me now as a freelancer. I love the 3D world and I use blender.org to enter in this vast world. I'm here to show my great adventures and challenges in this awesome world and to learn from the best.

10 Comments

    • Thomas R Hooper on

      Awesome works of art! It is an artist like you, that help to make sites like this and many others, great places for inspiration. Stay with it, bro!

    • I know... That particular scene caused a big trouble to the client here at the city where I live... Actually there was so many complains all over the country after the video broadcast... But this scene was at the script from the client. It was discussed during the process but the client decided to keep, so...

  1. Very nice work.
    I have one question. Where or how did you learn how to animate face and body animation like Poupe Poupe. I mean for example after how many frames to move eyes and head to another position during speaking of the character?

    Thanks and thanks God for such talented people.

    • Hi, I did learn by watching and consuming animations tests, movies and some animations critiques on Vimeo and YouTube... There's schools of animation that post regularly the students results and make some animations review, lots of free information there. And I do it with full attention and hungry because I love animation. I'm generalist but I love character animation.

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