Once you have entered a series of drawings and exposures, you can create cycles out of them in several ways. This can be useful for example if you want to make or use a looping character's walking animation, referred to as a walk cycle.
When you create cycle, each instance of each cycled drawing is linked to the same drawing file. This means that if you change a drawing for the first instance of the cycle, it will update for every other instance of the cycle.
In the Timeline view, select the cell range to loop.
- In the Timeline toolbar, click the Create Cycle button (you may have to customize the toolbar to display it).
The Create Cycle dialog box opens.
- Enter the number of cycles you want, including the current selection.