Join Dermot O' Connor for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Toon Boom Harmony Essential Training.
- [Instructor] In the exercise files folder, you'll find the exercise files for the movies. Now, a quick word on the structure of these. If you click in one of these folders, you'll find this little icon and this file here. That's the actual project file. All of your drawings and sounds and color palettes are saved inside these sub-folders, so it's important that they all travel together. Also, please note that the endstates, the final conditions of the movies, are all saved in here. If you get a little bit lost or you just want to jump ahead and cheat a little bit, you can do it by accessing these.
AuthorDermot O' Connor
- Creating scenes
- Transforming objects
- Applying color and ink
- Drawing keys, breakdowns, and in-betweens
- Easing in and out
- Nudging in 3D space
- Rigging a character
- Animating rigged characters
- Morph-tweening characters
- Animating cameras
- Adding sound and dialogue
- Exporting movies and images
Skill Level Beginner
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4. Traditional Animation
5. Digital Animation (Motion Graphics)
6. Character Setup and Rigging
7. Animating a Rigged Character
8. Multiplane Camera
9. Sound and Dialogue
11. Exporting Movies and Images
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