The Morphing feature is used to animate similar and simple shapes such as hair or smoke. It helps you by saving time when you are working on tedious in-betweening and tracing tasks This, in turn, provides you with more time to spend on complex animation tasks such as walk-cycles or acrobatic sequences.
To learn how to morph drawings, it is better to start with basic shapes such as circles and rectangles. Once you are more familiar with the tool, you can increase your knowledge and expertise. In a very short time you will be producing some remarkable effects.
It is helpful to know the pros and cons of morphing before you start. Understanding what you can do and which drawing lines can give you a problem will enable you to design your key drawings so they morph efficiently.
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