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    Shaky line drawing?
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    Senior Member rawfa's Avatar
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    Guys, I did the video bellow like 15 years ago using a native after effects tool...but I cannot remember what was it. I know it was as simple as selecting the brush size, movement/shakyness intensity, key frames and then just drawing. Does anyone know what affect is that? Since then Ive never had to use after effects again and now I do. I did a youtube search but all Ive found was some time consuming tutorials where you actually had to animate the lines after the drawing is done...like I said, the way I did 15 years ago was very simple.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwRIAh9xvWA


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    Could it be a dialed down effect that listens to the music and uses the waveform to affect width and opacity?


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    Nope. I distinctly remember that I would set a keyframe, then I would draw a line and then the line became jiggly as it was being drawn from keyframe 1 to keyframe 2 (like it was being hand drawn). It actually stayed jiggly when the drawing was finalized. It was super simple.


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    easiest way is using after effects animate the curves normally as you would,
    after that apply a "roughen edges" effect and put wiggle expression in the "evolution" attribute.


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