Hand drawn with pen and tablet using sequential keyframing.

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Comment by Dan on May 18, 2015 at 6:11am
Victor! Hi! Thanks for the comment on my video.

Please let me know how you do this animation! I love it and i wanna use the tecnique! It's not like the defualt preset. It really felt like a real animation, so dreamy and so powerful. I can't reach this level of perfection and is so frustrating!

Can you please save the preset you make and send it to me? It is possible to do it? I write something about this on the forum but nobody answer me :(
Comment by Victor Ingrassia on May 18, 2015 at 9:56am

The key to this animation is not so much the preset I used... but that I hand drew the paint paths as keyframes along the entire duration of the source movie.  I use sequential key framing and, created keyframed paths that aligned with the various shapes in the source movie.  I will attempt to attach the preset to this comment.  if that doesn't work i try again in a subsequent message. 

Comment by Victor Ingrassia on May 18, 2015 at 10:10am

here is a tutorial about sequential key framing  that might help: http://www.synthetik.com/tips/2010/07/sequential-keyframe-recording/

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