The following image is a frame capture from a simple animation that shows a source image shattering outwards. The effect was generated by using the time particle features of the paint synthesizer. This post will discuss how this simple animation effect was put together.
This post continues the discussion about using embedded bezier paths to generate keyframed animation that morphs between a series of stylized renditions of different source images. We will extend yesterday’s black and white sketch animation example by incorporating a second animating Bezier Context action step that encodes a morphing colored backing for the animation.Details
The following screen shot shows the MSG Evolution Editor and it’s associated context menu commands. The context menu command called Run TG Grid Preview allows you to preview MSG presets that incorporate temporal generators attached to individual editable parameters. All of the individual small MSG preview cells will self-animate when TG Grid Preview is…Details
The following image was generated by running a MSG preset in loop action mode. Loop Action means that the effect is run over and over again until the user presses the spacebar to stop the loop action cycles. The MSG effect incorporates temporal generators (TG), which are attached to editable MSG parameters. You can…Details