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How to do transition? effect in animation

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Hello 

I'm trying to learn animation by myself

but How do you capture moving objects or animals (as in the video below) 

in one drawing? ( Sorry for my confusing explanation)

like going from down to up or left to right, like when change directions in one image? 

 

Here's an example. 

like this from 0:25-0:30 seconds

where the bird is from from the sky to the ground. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ir0Mc6Qilo

 

I'm just trying to learn basic animation by myself. and 

I'd really appreciate if you could explain in detail as much as possible.

 

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How to do transition? effect in animation

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Hello 

I'm trying to learn animation by myself

but How do you capture moving objects or animals (as in the video below) 

in one drawing? ( Sorry for my confusing explanation)

like going from down to up or left to right, like when change directions in one image? 

 

Here's an example. 

like this from 0:25-0:30 seconds

where the bird is from from the sky to the ground. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ir0Mc6Qilo

 

I'm just trying to learn basic animation by myself. and 

I'd really appreciate if you could explain in detail as much as possible.

 

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The bird isn't one image. The flapping wings require additional images. Then the position and rotation of the bird and the background are animated. 

 

For this style of animation, I suggest that you start with Adobe Character Animator. It is a lot more efficient for this kind of 2D character animation than working directly in After Effects.

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