How do zooms…How do you do a zoom that starts at the feet and slowly goes up to there head???
@zoom on x y to % in #
x = x-axis/ side to side
y = y-axis/ up and down
% = how zoomed in
‘#’ = amount of time in seconds
For the zoom keep the same % and x-axis number. Change the y-axis number from a lower to higher number (you’ll have to play with the zoom helper to get the exact numbers).
@zoom on 100 50 to 200% in 0 <- This is where your zoom will start.
@zoom on 100 250 to 200% in 3 <- This is where your zoom will end in 3 seconds.
Hey, I need to know if it’s possible to control/override which of my characters is in front of the other. I have a character lying on a bed in the background and she appears to be in front of the other character (who is doing a standing animation and is supposed to be in front of the girl laying down) is there a way to fix this without having to dramatically move my standing character? It just looks awkward
Yes you can. All you’ll need to do is change the layer the character is in. Once way to do this is to add:
&CHARACTER moves to layer #
The lower the number, the further into the screen the character is (ie. 1 is behind 2).
Thank you so much!