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**** UPDATE: I have put a help portal on my website! You can visit it and post animations that you need help with... I will do my best to leave feedback for everyone. *****
Another tutorial for everyone... these seem to be doing well so here you go... This should help anyone who wants to set up a good LIP SYNC.
Be Sure to check out my other tutorials and tell me what you think!
OH AND PLEASE VOTE... THANKS
OMG!!!! FEATURE OF THE DAY!!!! WOW! YOU GUYS JUST MADE MY WEEK!
I'm gonna keep these coming trust me!
Pretty good cool tutorial and well cool
Exellent dont really need to say anything but keep up the good work
For the record, I already used a tip you mentioned in your second tutorial for a web site I'm making for school. You're incite ad level of explaination is great! You make it easy to understand and fun while doing it. Keep them up!!!
i just wanted to clarify some stuff to totally get this down perfectly...
first of all, it's spelled PHONEME, and while it does apply to the shape a person's mouth makes when they say a sound, specifically it's the smallest discernable phonetic unit. For example, in the words CAT and MAT, the phonemes "C" and "M" distinguish the two words. So it's not really the shape of the mouth, but the sound itself.
*THE MORE YOU KNOW*
Well you got me I guess... I really don't know anything about animation...
Well... ya I know a thing or two... Could have sworn I spelld it right. I'm sorry... I have led alot of people astray... :) well it's better than letting them wonder aimlessly I guess.
on the misspelling... MY BAD!
The return of Dr. Bees!
Goling about and preventing things.
He was working in a whip shop in Flushing, Queens...
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