Hey- so, I’m working on a hand drawn scene and one of the characters is pretty far from the “camera”. I was wondering if there’s a way to animate closer to the character in what would be Z space so I’m not trying to draw with a .1 or smaller brush. I know this is possible, but admittedly, I’m newer at this side of Harmony.
I need to be able to maintain perspective with the layout image, so I can’t just draw it at full scale and then transform it down to fit…
Does that make sense?
I probably didn’t explain myself very well. I had to zoom in because the character is relatively small in the scene, so the brush size I have to use is 1 or smaller-- I’d like to be able to animate larger and then transform the character down… I just don’t know how to do that and maintain it’s place in the layout. Or if that’s the best option… or maybe I’m looking for a largely useless feature :\
Does that make sense? It’s easy to show but not really explain haha
You used “animate” closer to screen but the rest seems to be speaking of the drawing stage. If drawing have you tried using zoom? (meaning, zoom the workspace/view not camera zoom). You could have a 2nd scene view open (reduced in size) to reference the relevant scale.