When using Blender’s Grease Pencil, key interpolation determines how objects move and change over time between keyframes, whether it’s through straight lines, smooth curves, or sudden jumps.
This feature is easy to overlook, but it’s crucial that you use it well to get those nice, smooth and realistic animation transitions.
Join me this week as we explore how to interpolate a sequence between keyframes, when it works and when it fails.
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