Tuesday, November 12, 2013

This project was actually pretty easy and I didn't have much trouble with it. It mostly consisted of just selecting, dragging, dropping, and then resizing images. The only decision that was completely up to me was really just how I should have the flickering light affect the rest of the room. What I decided to do was just create a white overlay layer and lower its opacity. Then to make the adjusted opacity independent of the adjusted opacities dealing with the animation I just created a duplicate of the layer and then grouped the two together. This tricks Photoshop into thinking that my adjusted opacity is the full opacity. Doing this allowed for the light of the room as a whole to be adjusted in proportion to the adjusted opacities for the copy and pasted key frames for the animation.

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