Controling Animation

Posted on 2013-09-11
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-09-16
I have a butterfly which is flying to the right (all the time) and in her path objects appear and as the butterfly continues to fly, they move to left (as if they are left behind and we are only watching the butterfly).

I am having trouble making this happen, whatever I do , the speed does not patch and it does not seem realistic.

Any idea how to do it?
Question by:Angha110

Accepted Solution

jonasgoz earned 2000 total points
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Increase your Frame rate.

As you view your butterfly side, use shadow on the ground, also add some plants, as it passes it some shadow is shown in your butterfly.

Use lines in your Sun to make it more realistic and make it interact with objects that hide it sometimes.

Use mountains or another far realistic landscape object that moves slow.

Use randomic flap wings.  

If your view were in front of the butterfly, you could use this pretty tip bellow:
Use Blur Filter effect for big object that are in front of your butterfly, also use the blur for objects left behind and becomes small.

Author Closing Comment

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Thank you for all tips and hints.

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