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DeysonRe: Rotoscope dancer
by on Nov 22, 2006 at 9:24:20 pm

Also an intern or someone that can help you out would be nice, (if you are on a tight schedule, divide the work up )

Also I like to work in halves,,, lay one keyfram at one point and then another a few seconds down, then go in the middle and adjust, try to reduce the amount of keyframes or your roto can come out shakey (no pun intented)
The more movement your dancer has, the less space between keyframes.

Also zooming in helps alot when laying out your splines, and finally a little blur goes a long way.

Enjoy and don't forget to blink.. you don't want dry eye syndrome.. :)



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