Creating an animation with onion-skinning


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Creating an animation with onion-skinning

Well as we enter into the world of animation, one basic concept that I want to explain is Onion Skinning. Onion Skinning comes from traditional animation and basically, it's a technique where the animator draws on a light table, so he has got light coming up from underneath the table through a translucent surface. And he is able to use onion skin paper or a very light paper that let's him lay multiple cells of his animation on top of one another so that he can see the previous frame, how it was positioned, what the motion was in it and use the fact that he can see multiple frames in the previous set of frames that he drew so that when he draws the next frame of animation, he is able to work with that and Painter uses the same technique.

So, we are going to now go through creating a similar scenario and we are going to go to the File menu to start. We are going to go to New, just like you would if you are opening an image and I'm going to create this image at 500 x 500 and you...

Creating an animation with onion-skinning
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Creating an animation with onion-skinning provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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Painter
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