Thanks a LOT Chucky for both your explainations AND the reference layer stack indeed!! Been using the same masking method for shades in vector animation, but your own package makes things much more efficient and handy for FBF animation.
As for the videos themselves, the official webinar and the watermelon one, great job too!! As many others I guess, I would have easily stood another full 60-minute overlook on the numerous points announced at the beginning of the official webinar, especially on the matter of intervals : the time constraints of a such live demonstration are of course fully understandable (not to mention that you obviously endured an upcoming flu
), yet ASP11's tremendous new features &potentialities, plus your own excellent additions, live drawing and
very wise & inspiring suggestions regarding personal tweaks & methods, would perhaps have deserved a longer session -- without anyone ever risking to get bored at all.
As for the specific matter of setting up intervals, having myself only started to explore FBF animation in ASP11, I have found it a little bit tricky to include intervals between keyframes so far, sometimes getting messed up with inverted frames and whatnot : could a specific tutorial on that topic therefore be imaginable, with a basic & accurate method demonstration of how to properly include inbetweens for instance ?
Also of course, as you pointed it out above, any programmer coming with a brilliant and simple script to dynamically renumber all the layers of a FBF folder in their order of appearance in the timeline, instead of their chronological order of creation, would probably be HIGHLY acclaimed.
Thanks again however, hope you fully recovered from both your performance and that upcoming fever. And congratz for your great work.