Lip Sync For 2D Animation In FlashTricks, Tips And TechniquesLip Sync For 2D Animation In Flash2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Shortcuts To Make Your Own Dialogue Driven Animation
Adding high quality lip sync to your animation can be easy. Applying these techniques is 90% organization.
The hardest part about lip sync in 2d is finding and then setting up the right tools for your film. I worked in with both Flash and After Effects to find the simplest method for me to animate a lot of dialogue. Flash CS4 won out due to the flexibility of the lip syncing tools.
I'd like to show you a couple of images and menus that I'm using to animate my short. These steps will get you set up to animate your own dialogue.
A. Setting Up The Imagery
Diagram A-1. The composite i
Loki and Katerina's excellent adventure chp 1"Where am I?" Loki groaned and took a look at his surroundings. Midgard. He had to be in Midgard. However, something was not right about this place. It...felt wrong, like déjà vu. It left him trying to figure out just what was going on and why he felt so uneasy. He took a moment to register where he was: a small structure in which Midgardians parked their chariots.Loki and Katerina's excellent adventure chp 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Now, what were those called again? He searched his memory for the correct word. Parking garage. That is what they were called: parking garages.
How he even got into the structure baffled him to no end. By his account, he should be in Asgard, learning what punishment Odin had set up for him. Unless... this was his punishment: to remain on Midgard, powerless and helpless as a babe. That terrified him. Without his powers, he might as well have been put to a slow, painful death.
Just as he was abo
MemoriesLike the shards of a broken mirror they surround her, the memories of both of her lives. One is warm and inviting, the other cold and forbidding. Enigma-37 shudders as she touches the closest shard, it shatters into a cloud of silver revealing the scene within.Memories4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Enigma, Germany, 1946, New Years Eve
She never wanted to be here, never wanted any of this, yet here she is. She looks at the soldier to her left: it's Danielle, she is saying the Lords prayer before they drop in Germany, the place where she was born and raised.
"It'll be over soon," 37 says placing a comforting hand on her friend's shoulder attempting to soothe her guilty conscience. Danielle looks up with blue eyes that are ages older than their owner and simply shakes her head. One singular tear streaks down her face, the first one in ages.
"It vill never be over," Danielle says shaking her head.
After a beat of silence, the signal to drop is given. All of the Enigmas cross themselves before diving into the p