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Looking for Tips to Streamline the Workflow for Sprite Animation in Spriter Pro


Lenny1

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Hello Everyone πŸ€—,

I started working on a 2D game development for the past few months, and I'm pretty new to Spriter Pro. Although I've been able to animate a few of my characters in a basic way, I believe that both the efficiency of my process and the caliber of my animations might be greatly enhanced.

Here are a few particular places where I could benefit from advice:

Effective Use of Bone and IK: I know the fundamentals of inverse kinematics and bone setup, but I'm having trouble getting my characters to move smoothly and organically. Any advice on how to properly use IK and establish a strong bone structure?πŸ€”

Managing Multiple Animations: I find it difficult to maintain a consistent animation for all the different movements my characters must do, such as sprinting, jumping, attacking, and walking. How do you set up your animation sequences such that they flow together seamlessly and have a unified aesthetic?πŸ€”

Optimising for Performance: Given that my game is meant to be played on mobile devices, I'm worried about how my animations will affect performance. What are some efficient methods for ensuring Spriter animations perform smoothly on devices with lesser specs?Β πŸ€”

Advanced Options and Plugins: Could you suggest any lesser-known features, external tools, or plugins that improve Spriter Pro's functionality? πŸ€”What are your thoughts on users integrating Spines or other applications for certain tasks? πŸ€”I've heard of some doing it.

General Advice, Tips, and methods: We would be grateful to hear any further guidance, tips, or methods you have found to be really helpful

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while using Spriter Pro for animation.

I'd like to hear from animators with more expertise as well as anyone who has faced comparable difficulties. I could definitely use your advise and insights to advance my animations.

Thank you in advance.

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