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michealmarshal commented 4 months ago

Contrast within objects is what makes a scenario more interesting. May it be big or small, fast or slow; pairing it with the opposite tends to work wonders when it comes to gaining the interests and attention of the audience. Which is exactly why it is suggested to add variances within animation, whether you create whiteboard animation online or it’s a 3D animation, it is going to make a significant difference on how your animation turns out to be. Are there any other ways to add contrast in to animations and if yes, then what would you use for your animated video?

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