Drawing a line progressively

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ubik
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Drawing a line progressively

Postby ubik » Tue Sep 30, 2014 7:39 pm

I can't seem to find a tutorial for this sort of problem. I'm looking to animate a line that begins as a transparent bline but then a colored line begins to appear from the begining to the end of the bline. As if it were drawn progressively. Does anyone know how to go about creating such an effect?

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Re: Drawing a line progressively

Postby jcome » Tue Sep 30, 2014 10:54 pm

One of methods, I use advanced outline with its width point parameter. help it helps.
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Re: Drawing a line progressively

Postby zazogarcia » Mon Jul 11, 2016 8:39 pm

I'm having problems to do this thing but changing the width in different points. For example, how can I do this but with a letter instead of a single line?

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Re: Drawing a line progressively

Postby d.j.a.y » Tue Jul 12, 2016 5:50 am

Hello zazogarcia and welcome here,

zazogarcia wrote: For example, how can I do this but with a letter instead of a single line?
Draw your letter has a spline. And then follow the Write On tuto. If you prefer using a Text Layer , you can mix the Write On method and Straight Blend Method.

If you are new to synfig, firstly i suggest you to do the synfig step by step tutorial to be a bit more in Synfig way of thinking.

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