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Hybrid Animation, 2nd Edition by Tina O'Hailey

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2D Characters with 3D Parts (2D Leads)

FIGURE 3.1 John-Michael Kirkconnell, 2009, 2D/3D course, SCAD

FIGURE 3.1 John-Michael Kirkconnell, 2009, 2D/3D course, SCAD

Lecture Notes

This chapter explores a true hybrid character that is 2D and 3D. In Chapter 2, we looked at two characters of different media interacting. The contact point could have been skillfully hidden to avoid the issue of touch. We chose to show the touch/contact point because we were discussing how important touch between characters can be. However, in this chapter, we will look at one character in which we want the media to be seamless. We do not want the differences in the character’s media to divert the viewer’s attention from the ...

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