April 17, 2019, 06:22 AM
A while back, I produced a tutorial showing users how to get started creating stop motion videos. In that video, I show how to animate a basic paper crumple effect. The shot consists of a crumpled paper moving onscreen, uncrumpling, recrumpling, and then moving back off screen. To achieve the popular blocky-style look, I shot 50 images to create a 5-second animation at 10 fps. Yeah, all of this work for 10 seconds of video.
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