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Frame by Frame Animation in Adobe Animate



4 Basic Tweens

Here is a video that I did a while ago explaining the four basic tweens. Finish this project up before you go to work on the bouncing ball animation



Below is a video of how to draw 2-point perspective. This week’s sketchbook assignment is just like the last one:

  1. Draw the house from real life
  2. You NEED to shade the drawing – this is about values as much as it is about perspective
  3. Make sure you are facing the house on a corner, so that both sides of the house are “going away” from you.



And here is a few examples of how your drawing could look:

One of the biggest things that is probably missing from your composite is shadows. It’s the biggest thing that will show your viewers that your image is manipulated. Here is a demonstration that will show you a couple of methods of manufacturing shadows:



Here is a demo where I cover the use of Layer Adjustments: