Discover a professional animator's tips for animating hair, fur, clothing, flags, and other secondary animation items.
- [Dermot] Hi, I'm Dermot O'Connor, and welcome to Animating in 2D, Hair and Clothing. In this course, we'll see the difference between primary and secondary animation. I'll demonstrate how to create smooth secondary animation which is really important when creating hair, fur, clothing, or any element that isn't character based. So let's get started.
AuthorDermot O' Connor
- Basic to advanced hair modeling
- Moving holds
- Fabric creases for clothing
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