In this video, learn about smoothing the action with in-betweens.
- [Instructor] Now it's time to smooth out the action … with the in betweens. … We can add each drawing as we go. … You could just do number five, add it in, … but sometimes I think, especially with shorter scenes, … it's just nice to add them all in one, three, five, seven, … nine, 11, let's go 13 and 15, … switch off the exposures here, … and now we need to give them their own exposures … on the timeline. … So we'll just add one here and that'll be number three. … When I add a key frame … it takes the properties of the one before it … and I don't want these exposures to be 1/2 a second each. … So make it .08 of a second or 1/12 of a second. … And we'll add one more for number five. … And then there's seven and nine. … I'm using F1 and F2 to toggle through the timeline. … And those are my custom shortcuts. … We need to add another exposure here for number 13, … and then add one more for number 15. … And now when I toggle through … and you watch what goes through here, … three, five, seven, nine, …
This course was created by Dermot O' Connor. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Drawing the character
- Layering and coloring
- Animating with layers
- Drawing keys and breakdowns
- Drawing inbetweens
- Animating objects vs. characters
- Rendering the animation