In this video, learn about adding in-betweens to smooth out the action.
- [Instructor] It's time to grind through the in-betweens, … one, three, five, just add the new layers for them. … And on the burst exposures, if you switch them off, … then they'll be switched off on all the other exposures, … which is good. … So one, five, seven, nine, 11. … So we have two more here, 13 and 15, … and again, on the first frame, … because we have propagate frame on, on, … we hide them and hide them. … We should maybe give us a bit more room here … and you see we we don't have exposures for them. … So I'm going to just add them. … And then we have number one. … Here I want number three. … Here I want number five. … I switch off number one, … 'cause it's being duplicated to the ones that follow, … one, three, five, seven, nine, 11. … So after 11, … we need to add one here and then one more here for 15 … and then 17. … It's definitely a clunky process … when you're adding these exposures … and you're moving through the timeline frame by frame. … But the payoff is you have complete control. …
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