This is my first animation from about a year ago. This type of animating is called Tweening, short for in between. It’s the process of breaking up your object (in my case my character Damon) into pieces on separate layers and making it move. You would set one layer in a position you would like to start in and lock it as point A, move along your timeline and set another position at point B. What tweening does is shifts that layer from point A to point B without you needing to draw each frame. For my animation, anything that moves is its own layer. However there are stationary layers such as the background.

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