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Hybrid Animation, 2nd Edition by Tina O'Hailey

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4

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

FIGURE 4.1 Bouncing 2D/3D balls, by Jessica Toedt, 2009, 2D/3D compositing course, SCAD

FIGURE 4.1 Bouncing 2D/3D balls, by Jessica Toedt, 2009, 2D/3D compositing course, SCAD

Lecture Notes

How are you doing so far? I hope that you are getting used to the process and thinking up ways to combine the media and reasons why you should. Once you have everything broken down into the basic patterns of problems—2D leads, 3D leads, using cameras and textures to flatten 3D or using tones and shadows to round 2D (we’ll cover that soon), rendering in layers, compositing, and using masks—then it’s just a matter of finding the best ways to achieve your look with whatever techniques you need.

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