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Shanti as a Teen {Aging Up Characters} ♦ Tutorial || Adobe After Effects

Program: Adobe After Effects CS6

Hi guys!! So I was actually using this technique for a headswap manip in another project, and when I showed it to my sister, she really liked it, and thought that I should make it a WME, so I tried it on Shanti. I love Shanti, but it always kind of irked me that there was no Indian Disney Princess in Disney, so I decided to make her a teenager to kind of match the look. I think it turned out good! Anyways, when I finished it, my sister said it was too complicated so she suggested I make it a tutorial instead of a WME. I’ve never done a tutorial, so this is new to me, but I hope it helps just a little bit! If you have any questions about the process, feel free to ask. Let me know what you think, and if there’s other manips you want to see from me!

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  1. I might be missing something completely obvious here, but why did you make so many layers? Instead of, for example, changing the liquify effect frame to frame? :3

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