Want to make something glow and flash on your character? Now you can. Learn how in this video.
- The free walk bot provided by Adobe…has some fun blinking lights on its head and its body.…Let's add a bigger flashing light that glows.…(jazzy trumpet music)…so the lights that you see on the head and body…are just a running cycle of three different images,…three different layers, that were created that match up…with the black and white lines on the drawing.…I'd like to add a single light that flashes on and off…with a really big glow.…
And looking at it, we've got this big 42.…Let's just call it Robot 42 it's probably his name.…I'd say he probably needs to have that flash.…Alright let's go through it.…So we need to edit this character…in the original program we created him in…which in this case is PhotoShop.…So to make sure that we do the editing…on the actual file that we're using here…what we'll do is we'll go to edit,…drop down to edit original.…So this will open up PhotoShop…with this instance of the puppet in it.…
So the first step here is we're going to…work in the head group.…Turn that on and off you'll see…
- Creating a list of production needs
- How the varied styles of animation impact production
- Creating usable digital puppets
- Working with drawn characters, objects, and CG characters
- Adding value to the look of your production
- Exploring various audio recording options
- Organizing files for production, backup, and transport
- Using animation cycles
- Building and editing a scene
- Troubleshooting issues
- Tricks for enhancing your production
- Post-production and delivery
Skill Level Beginner
After Effects Guru: Character Animatorwith Ian Robinson2h 19m Intermediate
2. Puppet Production Issues
3. Add Production Value
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