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How to create 2d animation like tiktoker 'deepins'

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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I really wonder how deepins do that animation. Anyone has any idea? (video attached).

 

https://www.tiktok.com/@deepins/video/6900624129951665409?lang=en&is_copy_url=0&is_from_webapp=v1&se...

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
Not sure what you're asking. There's multiple things going on there from particle system's to simply drawing over the video, most of which likely wasn't even done in AE, judging from the looks of it. More likely this was done in Moho or ToonBoom. Anyway, you can look up tutorials on all the tecxhniques, but if you were hoping for a quick "Which function must I use?" answer, then this is a clear "No!". You will have to spend time and patience on learning these things. Mylenium

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Adobe Community Professional , May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
I agree with Mylenium, there's a bunch of things going in this video, not just one.   But some of the simplest stuff just looks like stock cartoon elements overlayed on the footage with lots of the Glow effect applied.  Items like at this link would be a good start, then just time, scale and position them in your footage as required. https://elements.envato.com/stock-video/cartoon+energy

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Not sure what you're asking. There's multiple things going on there from particle system's to simply drawing over the video, most of which likely wasn't even done in AE, judging from the looks of it. More likely this was done in Moho or ToonBoom. Anyway, you can look up tutorials on all the tecxhniques, but if you were hoping for a quick "Which function must I use?" answer, then this is a clear "No!". You will have to spend time and patience on learning these things.

 

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I agree with Mylenium, there's a bunch of things going in this video, not just one.  

 

But some of the simplest stuff just looks like stock cartoon elements overlayed on the footage with lots of the Glow effect applied.  Items like at this link would be a good start, then just time, scale and position them in your footage as required.

https://elements.envato.com/stock-video/cartoon+energy

 

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