Create the nine-o'clock pose Flash Professional


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Creating the nine-o'clock pose

In the previous movie, we created the 3 o'clock position, or another way of describing it is the three-quarter view; looking to the right of the monitor. This time we are going to do the 9 o'clock, or the head turning to look at the left side, and we want this to be really as close as we can to have a mirror image of the other. So there's obviously a simple approach we can take to doing this pretty accurately. So I am just going to make a new layer, put a blank keyframe here, and select the entire stack of images for the head in the 3 o'clock position, Ctrl+C, and then in the single frame of the 9 o'clock in the blank keyframe, Ctrl+Shift+V. Let's switch to outline so you can really see what's going on here.

Then Modify > Transform > Flip Horizontal, and let's hide the head layer for the moment. And as you can see, now we can position this to match precisely our reference artwork, and that just happens to be in the right place. If it wasn...

Creating the nine-o'clock pose
Video duration: 9m 35s 6h 46m Intermediate

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Creating the nine-o'clock pose provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dermot O' Connor as part of the Rigging a Face in Flash Professional

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