How to animate a dinosaur with texture details

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Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021

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Hi everyone I'm animator that has little experience with animate cc so I want to animate a dinosaur but there only one problem the dinosaurs has skin  texture a texture is like details to make character more refine and good  more realistic but when animating by frame by frame it gets complex due to much detail on it and some different kinds skin color shading which makes hard for me to indefinitely on his skin  and  difficult to animate by beginners and only to be know someone with more experience and  a professional of everything around adobe are there is way to solve this solution ? 

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Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021

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Have you tried using the New Warp Tool. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCIy_CRSDH4&t=1229s


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I know how to use it but when I meant frame by frame I meant him moving back and forth Turning it's head around by shaking  which is like moving in 3d position facing the back view  and the wrap tool is used if the animation is use  2d sideways   by looking at left or right horizontal view that's what I'm trying to animate my dinosaur when it's shaking it's head rather than face only straight.

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