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Power Up Your PowToon Studio Project by Bruce Graham

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Summary

We covered an enormous amount of information in this chapter, and yet we have only just scratched the surface. This is because there are a million ways that you can combine the screen elements, and personal creativity will allow you to do just about anything.

You learned about backgrounds and how they can add an extra dimension to your work—they are not the main element, but they can have a huge impact. You learned about characters and how to use them to support your story, and you then learned how to add props to support the story. We have touched on some ways to design your PowToon and looked at how to manipulate objects. We have not yet touched on one thing that's quite important for an animated PowToon, that is, the animation!

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