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In this Adobe After Effects tutorial you will learn how to bring your drawings to life part 2/2.
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Okay, so I finished drawing the rest of the masks on here. That’s what where we draw a mask. So now what we’re going to do is we’re going to complete the stroke. And if you don’t really understand what the stroke does because I really don’t explain much here. What it basically does is draw a stroke or a line over all the edges of your masks. Now we’re drawing masks with the pen tool here. So what I’m going to do is I’m going to disable the visibility of the mask, just temporarily by clicking this button down here. Took a mask and shape visibility. And now we can see if we turn these lines on. We can see it’s all way that yellow stuff was is now in red. And that’s because our strokes are working here.
So I’m going to choose the color to black now and you can configure with size settings if you want blank and leave it at the default here. And the way we animate this is we animate the stop so if you can see it start animating the start probably backwards, it starts drawing the lines. So what we’re going to do is we need to key frame this. So I’m going to give about a five value gap and I’m going to key frame stop at a 100. I’m just going to press, click on the layer, press hue so I can see my key frames. And I’m just going to go long let’s say five second animation. Go over to five seconds and we’re going to set to zero. And then what we’re going to do is just a quick render. This is the most time consuming part of any project enough to effects waiting for it to render each time. Okay so we’ll just leave it to that and see what it looks like.
You can see it animates just fine. By the time it gets there, it will finish drawing. And the trouble is, the doors there in the first place—so what we’re going to do is we’re going to press, go to the menu and press T to bring up opacity and we’re going to go to about here just after it finishes. We’re going to set a key frame for zero opacity. So from this point here and before, it’ll be zero. So we can see our paper. It’ll complete the line but wait a second and then we’re going to animate the actual—so you’re going to see it and draw with the lines. It won’t actually, suddenly appear transparent and that’s only because it’s rendering it out. If we change it down to a half resolution and then again, may be not. It gets there and finishes and the door fades on. So I’ll just do a quick render and I’ll pause here and render this out. Okay, and this is fully rendered out and we will jus play it now. And there we go. If it is going a little fast for you, you can spread this out a bit more. I will bring my work carry out. I need to just grab this key frames and direct them along and then you can just spread out the key frames to fit however you like it.
Now the other thing I added in the final piece was a piece of music. So that’s very—so what we do is you click and drag it into the bottom and it will play as it is. So that really needs any explanation so I think that is it. So we’ll do one final quick render with the slower version and we’ll see what we’ve got.
Okay right, I finished rendering it out. I’m enjoying that render. I’ve realized something we forgot we do and that’s fade out the lines, so make sure that we do that. So what we’re going to do is with the opacity of this goes from 0 to 100. I’m going to press T on that lines and do it all way around. We’re going to go from 100 to 0. And there we go. That’s how you do this sort of magic line draw turn into reality sort of—to this practically any image. Still images preferably. How many is possible but you’ve had to animate the lines, it would just be very tricky on a moving image. And yes, I hope you’ve enjoyed this tutorial. Please comment and subscribe on this video and all my other videos if you like them of course. And other than that, thank you for watching.