[#Money #Success] 15 Investments That Are Recession Proof

15 Investments That Are Recession Proof

By Alux.com
Published: Aug 28, 2022


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Purchase shares in great masterpieces from artists like Pablo Picasso, Banksy, Andy Warhol, and more.

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    In this Alux.com video we will be answering the following questions:

  • What investments are recession-proof?
  • What investments are safe in a recession?
  • How to invest in a recession?
  • What are the best investments to make in a recession?
  • What stocks to buy in a recession?
  • What stocks are safe in a recession?
  • What are the best stocks to invest in a recession?
  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 01:03 – Consumer staples
  • 01:48 – Telecom
  • 02:33 – Cheap Fast Food
  • 03:29 – Grocery Stores
  • 03:56 – Self-Education or Mastery
  • 05:35 – Gold & Precious Metals
  • 06:26 – Technology Stocks
  • 07:15 – Pharmaceutical Stocks
  • 07:49 – Utility Stocks
  • 08:38 – Blue Chip Art
  • 10:24 – Evergreen businesses
  • 11:12 – Commodities & Raw Materials
  • 11:43 – Life Insurance
  • 12:30 – Hedge Funds
  • 13:15 – Automation
  • 14:32 – Question

[#Art #Animation] Animation Basics: 4 Principles to Make the Drawings Move

Animation Basics: 4 Principles to Make the Drawings Move

By BaM Animation<

br /> Published: Nov 25, 2021


BaM Animation Have you ever wanted to try your hand at Character Animation? Today we want to show you 4 Animation principles and how you can use them to get started animating, in this video BAM Animation wants to show you Eases, Overshooting, Squash and Stretch and Anticipation, Plus a bunch of tips for traditional animation! We used Adobe Animate and ToonBoom Harmony to animate this Dancing cat!

[#Art #Animation] Parallaxing a Background in Adobe After Effects

Parallaxing a Background in Adobe After Effects

By BaM Animation
Published: Mar 06, 2018


BaM Animation Industry Pros Brent and Max show you a simple After Effects Tutorial to pan a background. We learn about Keyframes, moving layers, and importing photoshop files. We also explain keyframe easing.

Special thanks to all of our Guest Artist
Brianne Neumann
https://www.bonjourbri.com/

And our wonderful artists submissions!

Connor Sebo
https://www.instagram.com/connor_sebo/

Kurt Peterson
http://iyoharn.tumblr.com/

Parker Catalano
https://www.instagram.com/choney_stark/

BaM is dedicated to teaching artists all about the animation industry, and skills sets including character design, background design, animation, and painting! Send us your art, and BaM will make an episode about YOU!

[#Art #Animation] Tips for Drawing Backgrounds : Based on Characters you Submitted!

Tips for Drawing Backgrounds : Based on Characters you Submitted!

By BaM Animation
Published: Sep 06, 2022


BaM Animation Backgrounds are Important for storytelling! But no one seems to want to draw them! In this Episode, Brent and Max draw backgrounds for characters that YOU submitted, we talk about perspective, composition, and staging and all other tips related to animation background design #animation #backgroundart #perspective

Perspective Video https://youtu.be/upxBGNcryRs
Background Template : https://www.dropbox.com/s/quqe6ehf5qs…
Disney Comic Guide : https://comicsalliance.com/disney-com…

    CONTENTS:

  • 00:00 Intro
  • 1:25 Thinking about Backgrounds
  • 2:51 Simple Background exercise
  • 4:09 Animation Background Size
  • 4:46 Donut Shop Background
  • 7:14 Playing with Shapes
  • 8:25 Fantasy village Background
  • 10:08 Alien Planet Background
  • 10:24 Disney Manual for drawing Comics
  • 11:50 Tangents
  • 12:36 Outro

– Patreon https://www.patreon.com/BamAnimation
– Discord https://discord.gg/Cjf4Tdy
– Second Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMO0…


BaM is dedicated to teaching artists all about the animation industry, and skills sets including character design, background design, animation, and painting! Send us your art, and BaM will make an episode about YOU!

Email Bam.redrawmyart@gmail.com
If you want to have YOUR art redrawn!

We have a Website and Store now!
https://www.brentandmax.com/

Visit our Portfolios
https://portfolio-maximus.tumblr.com
https://brentnoll.com/

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/bam_animation/

[#Video #Design] Harnessing the Power of AI Art

Harnessing the Power of AI Art

By School of Motion
Published: Sep 14, 2022


School of Motion CHECK THE ARTICLE FOR EVEN MORE INFORMATION: https://som.bz/3LjlKmU
AI art programs such as Midjourney and Dall-E sure are impressive, but how do they really work? What do you need to know to get the most out of them, and how can they be used by artists, animators, and designers?
Freelance futurist and Motion Designer extraordinaire John LePore dives deep into this incredible digital revolution.

Check out this Midjourney Documentation for More Tips!
https://midjourney.gitbook.io/docs/

    CONTENTS:

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 01:02 – What is AI Art?
  • 01:47 – How Does AI Work?
  • 05:01 – AI Art Tools
  • 06:20 – Creating Art With Midjourney
  • 15:03 – Is AI Art Ethical?
  • 16:40 – How Do You Use AI Art in Your Workflow?
  • 18:32 – What Is the Future of AI Tools?

INTERACTIVE ONLINE CLASSES
Cinema 4D Ascent | https://som.bz/c4a
All Courses | http://som.bz/2wKsBDu

FREE 10-DAY INTRO COURSE
The Path to MoGraph | https://som.bz/2VNHb7D

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[#Art #Animation] Making a Walk Cycle in Adobe Animate!

Making a Walk Cycle in Adobe Animate!

By BaM Animation
Published: Feb 14, 2018


BaM Animation Learn how we made a walk cycle in Adobe Animate! We used some traditional animation, and Some symbols to make this animated loop. We will also learn how to make a PERFECT CIRCLE in Photoshop and the basics of Animation and Symbols

Special thanks to Sameer for submitting his art:
https://www.instagram.com/catboiii/

Brent’s Channel!
https://www.youtube.com/brentnoll

Animation Sucsess Stories Interview!
https://youtu.be/zZNcUGGTYdE

BaM is dedicated to teaching artists all about the animation industry, and skills sets including character design, background design, animation, and painting! Send us your art, and BaM will make an episode about YOU!

We have a Website and Store now!
https://www.brentandmax.com/

Visit our Portfolios
https://portfolio-maximus.tumblr.com
https://brentnoll.com/

Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/bam_animation/

[#Art #Animation] Studio Ghibli – LoFi beats

Studio Ghibli – LoFi beats

By BaM Animation
Published: Jun 13, 2018


BaM Animation Drawing like Miyazaki was a tough challenge, Here is the full timelapse of all the miyazaki themed art we did this episode!

http://www.shaddyconceptart.com/download

http://cargocollective.com/jacqueslee

Check out our LOFI Miyazaki Stream video here
https://youtu.be/q3izWw2MqmE

Many Thanks to our Guest Animation Justin Noel
http://imjustinoel.tumblr.com/

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[#AfterEffects #Video] After Effects + Photoshop Tutorial: 3D Parallax

After Effects + Photoshop Tutorial: 3D Parallax

By After Effects Series Tutorials
Published: Jan 03, 2019


After Effects Series Tutorials After Effects and Photoshop Tutorial: 3D Parallax Effects
Preview and stock: https://aevideos.net/after-effects-photoshop-tutorial-3d-parallax
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* Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/102356640412486229707/+PhotoshopHelpPro/post… [READ MORE]


[Design] All About Titling Fonts

From CreativePro.comAll About Titling Fonts:


All About Titling FontsWhen looking for just the right display typeface, have you considered a titling font? If not, you are missing out on an entire category of possibilities. Titling fonts are typefaces designed specifically for headline or display usage. They are usually all caps, but some can contain lowercase, and even small caps! Titling fonts differ from their text counterparts in that their scale, proportion, and design details have been tweaked to look best at larger sizes. They often have an increased weight contrast between the thick and thin parts of the characters, and can sometimes have more condensed proportions than their text-sized cousins if part of a family. This sub-category of display typefaces tend to have a refined, even dramatic look ? qualities that make them an excellent choice for books, magazines, movie titles and sequences, logos, signage, or any usage that calls for large-sized type benefiting from finessed design details as well as a touch of elegance. Titling fonts can be part of an existing typeface or a stand-alone design. They are most often- but not always – serif designs with pronounced weight contrast, as it is the thin strokes that vary the most in typestyles intended for text…



[#Design] Free Lynda.com Course – Art and Illustration Careers: First Steps

From CreativePro.comFree Lynda.com Course ? Art and Illustration Careers: First Steps:


Free Lynda.com Course ? Art and Illustration Careers: First Steps It’s time for another great free video from Lynda.com! Actually, this time it’s a whole free course: Kirstin Ellison’s Art and Illustration Careers: First Steps. That’s right, the whole course is free for everyone. Below are four videos from the first chapter. Here’s the official course description: If you’ve spent hours filling notebooks with sketches, and find joy in the creation of beautiful images, then you’ve probably wondered if you could turn your passion for art into a full-time job. In this course, learn the skills and tools you’ll need to pursue a career in art and illustration, and the jobs that you can get with them. Kristin Ellison – the content manager of art and illustration at LinkedIn Learning – kicks off the course by walking through the core elements of the creative process: drawing, composition, and color. Next, she highlights the specific skills and software you’ll need to successfully launch a career in 2D illustration, 3D illustration, and fine art. To wrap up, Kristin covers the business of art and illustration, sharing how to promote, present, and get paid for your work. Throughout the course, Kristin mentions additional courses you can reference to get an in-depth look at specific tools and skills…



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