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Character preparation for Animating

New Here ,
Dec 07, 2023 Dec 07, 2023

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Hey there, im fairly new in Adobe Illustrator. I'm working on a project and i need one object to animate in After Effects. From this picture i need to rig parts of the body (body, head, mouth, eyes(glasses)) but i don't know how to actually cut out those parts and export them to the After Effects. How should i cut out those parts i need to export them to AE?

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Dec 07, 2023 Dec 07, 2023

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Best would be to draw this new.

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Why?

 

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Cutting out parts of a raster image accurately is just as time consuming as drawing them from scratch, if they're just flat colour like this. Plus if you wanted things like the hands to move, you'd need to draw in part or all of the body that's currently hidden by them. It's easier to just create whole new parts by tracing this than cutting things out of it and editing.

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