I am done with the animation in Adobe Animate and wonder how to go around colouring it.
I keep working on a little cel animation project in Adobe Animate and learn the advantages and disadvantages of animating “straight ahead”.
My first attempt at cel animation in Adobe Animate.
Many cups of coffee and hours of podcasts later I am finally done with the primary splatter for my letter morph. It’s time to move to other fun details. In the process I came up with a rather cool reveal for “STAY”. It’s gonna be very COOL!
Working on details for so long makes me lose some of the motivation but I making my way through the splatter. One more letter is done! I find my fire in planning on how to bring “STAY” on stage.
Today I animated yet another blob in a so popular today style reminding of the traditional cel animation. The catch? This one is done entirely in After Effects, with little effort and literally within minutes. Fly on, blob, fly on!
Flying liquidy blobs seem to be everywhere possibly because they are such fun to watch. So I animated myself a blob inside After Effects. It’s fun but it needs more detail to look even more credible. It’s on my “To do next” list!
Sometimes instant gratification is called for. I whipped myself some colorful lines smoothly moving through 3D space in a matter of minutes with a simple to follow tutorial from MATTRUNKS and Trapcode 3D Stroke for After Effects. Guess what – I want more. Soon!
Adding slpatter to the letters helps to emphasise the movement and make the animation look more fun. The downside is it took me 10 hours to only do it for the first two letters. Definately not the “quick and dirty” way but it’s worth it!
The last letter pair – “T” into “O” – is done and it’s time to think of stylizing the letters and the background. Now that the most tedious and hard part is done, I long to give cel animation a proper try.
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