Character animator

Traditional 2D character animation can be a laborious and time-consuming process. In this Adobe Character Animator training course I’ll share my essentials tips and techniques for making the processes involved in 2D character animation less painful.

Character animator training course highlights

In this one-to-one training workshop Angie shares her industry secrets with you. You’ll learn how to import layered files and paths from Illustrator into After Effects and how to animate flat vector artwork in both 2D and 3D space, and you’ll explore options for outputting your animations. Topics covered include:

  • Setting up After Effects for creating 2D character animation
  • Using input devices to capture motion and apply it to your characters
  • Creating animation and lip-syncing with audio files, using expressions and scripting to make the process easier
  • Applying grouping techniques and using parenting to create hierarchical animations
  • Following the best working practices for outputting your animations for the web, TV, and mobile devices.

Character animator training course highlights

In this one-to-one training workshop Angie shares her industry secrets with you. You’ll learn how to import layered files and paths from Illustrator into After Effects and how to animate flat vector artwork in both 2D and 3D space, and you’ll explore options for outputting your animations. Topics covered include:

  • Setting up After Effects for creating 2D character animation
  • Using input devices to capture motion and apply it to your characters
  • Creating animation and lip-syncing with audio files, using expressions and scripting to make the process easier
  • Applying grouping techniques and using parenting to create hierarchical animations
  • Following the best working practices for outputting your animations for the web, TV, and mobile devices.

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