Once you have a morphing sequence, you can add a morphing key drawing.
A morphing key drawing allows you to insert extra details into a morphing sequence. For example, during a morphing sequence you may need to insert a detail such as teeth or a mouth; this is easy to do when you use a morphing key drawing. Instead of creating an entirely new drawing, convert a computer generated in-between to a morphing key drawing and add your extra details to it and the next key drawing.
A morphing key drawing converts a computer-generated morphing frame into a real drawing that you can edit. It splits the morphing sequence into two sequences, retaining any previous modifications.
- In the Timeline or Xsheet view, select the morphing frame you want to transform into a morphing keyframe.
- Do one of the following:
|‣||In the top menu, select Animation > Morphing > Insert Morphing Key Drawing.|
|‣||Right-click and select Morphing > Insert Morphing Key Drawing.|
The new morphing key drawing appears.
- In the Drawing or Camera view, draw your new details on the morphing key drawing.
- In the Playback toolbar, press the Play button to see the result.