Blending the first series of frames


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Blending the first series of frames

In this chapter, we'll create all the frames required to animate our golden ball. And then we'll release them to layers, which is what Photoshop needs to turn them into an animated GIF. For starters, we're going to blend all five of our balls in order to create this strange-looking but very useful sequence right here. So, I'll go ahead and switch over to my document so far. And the first thing that we need to do is move the balls to the proper layer.

So, go ahead and click on any one of the gold balls in order to select it with the black arrow tool. And then, go up to the Select Similar Objects icon. Click the down-pointing arrowhead to make sure all or fill color is selected, either will do. And then, click on that icon to select all the balls like so. And then, drag the little green square until it becomes pink, like so, in order to move those circles to the path of ball layer. Now, we need to duplicate the circles at positions two, three, and four, because we need multiple copies of ...

Blending the first series of frames
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Blending the first series of frames provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Designing and Animating a Mind-Bending Illusion

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Design
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Illustrator Photoshop
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