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  1. #1
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    The Shaking Effect

    how can i make the shaking effect?

    Like in a battle when a stickman hits another stickman.I want to make a shaking effect at movie.

    How?

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    If you're using a horizon, move that up and down.

    For a better shake effect, triple frame the frame where one guy gets hit and move every figure up and then down.

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    umm sorry

    i'm a newbie

    i dont know what does horizon means

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    I learned that in 2nd grade >.>
    Horizontal is like a line going <_____> either those ways.
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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    If there is a ground line, or something that the sticks are standing on, move it up and down, along with all of the stickfigures in the frames following the punch.
    Don't move it too much, though, or it will look bad.

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    viewtopic.php?f=36&t=22662

    Scroll down to "1e. Learning Basic Effects"

    It's number 3 in that section, under tremors.

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    Ha, this is one of the first questions I asked years ago when I first started.

    Good times.



    I think you get the gist of it now though, eh? Move the ground up and down.
    Try not to overdo it, though. It really kills an animation when a guy gets lightly slapped, and the earth beneath them almost splits open from the force.

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    thank you very much

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    Re: The Shaking Effect

    You got your answer so time for a lock. If you have any further questions PM meand I will unlock this.


 

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