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Author: Timothy Boronczyk

While I’m on the subject of good habits, remember to save your work often! Nothing would ruin our day more than having a sudden power failure or system freeze and losing all of the hard work we’ve invested in drawing our lovely camel.

Now we need to draw our penguin so that Mr. Camel has something into which he can evolve. Select any frame later in ShapeTw’s timeline and convert it into a blank keyframe (INSERT<%gt%>Blank Keyframe). I chose frame 20; we draw our penguin within this new keyframe. Afterwards, save your work… we wouldn’t want to lose Mr. Penguin, either!

penguin drawing

» Level Basic

Added: 2002-11-28
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Timothy Boronczyk works in marketing as an E-Services Coordinator and Webmaster for a local credit union. He lives in Upstate/Central New York with his imaginary wife and three kids.
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