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Ruth - Right back at ya by Wonchop Ruth - Right back at ya by Wonchop
Another fighty stance thing. Took a different approach to this one by starting off with a simple tween, and then painstakingly skewing and rotating symbols for a fluid motion.

Ruth (c) Me
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C3darCoelln3r Feb 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
smooth
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:iconchag136:
You were always rather clever at the Tweens
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shrizumalonito Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
I sense a game.
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:icontsurugikage:
How do you do these?
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Wonchop Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
The program or the technique?
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:icontsurugikage:
well if you use something other than flash tell me the program,

but I would also like to learn the technique too please.
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Wonchop Oct 14, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
Nope, it's pretty much all Flash.

As for the technique, I did a simple eased tween, which I then divided up into doubles (ie. keyframes two frames long). Then I manually tweaked different bits to give it a more circular motion.
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:icontsurugikage:
so each body part was it's own layer and you moved it how you wanted using the motion tween, or the classic tween.
right?
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Wonchop Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
Pretty much. It can be tricky to pull off the way hair flows when you bob up and down in a way that looks natural. Usually when doing something like that I'll stick the follow through animation in another symbol and offset that a few frames from the main tween to give the impression that it's following after the tween rather than go with it (think of like how a flag works when you wave it.)

I use the classic tween (ie. the only tween CS3 has) using a custom ease btw. I don't even want to try and understand how CS4+ 'motion tweens' are supposed to work.
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:icontsurugikage:
Ok I think I understand better. Thanks.
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