Frontward Paralax tutorial in adobe character animate please

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Dec 23, 2018 Dec 23, 2018

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Greetings every one.Kindly has any one one done a frontward parallax tutorial in character animate please?.If not can any one do one for me to learn?. I have seen a bunch of side scrolling parallax effects but i am not trying to do side scrolling ones i would like to learn a front ward scrolling one in character animate preferable and maybe another way to do one side scrolling one in character animate because i do not see any online.

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This video might not be exactly what you want, but to do forward/back you basically record a blend for Scale instead of Postion X/Y. There is a bit in this video Project Wookie, Episode 9: Moving Puppets Linearly - YouTube  - Episode 11 might be useful a bit as well (character walking towards screen) Project Wookie, Episode 11: Bobbing Walk (without Walk Behavior) - YouTube .

The background can record a blend instead of the puppet so the puppet stays the same, and the character zooms out to make it look like the camera is following the puppet down A corridor etc.

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