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Procreate Dreams: Transform Your Video Content with Animated Transitions

teacher avatar Smitesh Mistry, Illustrator & Designer

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction

      1:30

    • 2.

      Import Videos and Create Layers

      4:51

    • 3.

      Discover Flipbook Trace

      8:05

    • 4.

      Create a Keyframe Transition

      5:46

    • 5.

      Create a Performing Transition

      9:13

    • 6.

      Finish Your Moving Character Illustration

      10:16

    • 7.

      Final Thoughts

      0:50

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About This Class

Combine the power of illustration and video by learning how to add animations to any video within Procreate Dreams. 

As a multi-disciplinary creative, Smitesh Mistry loves exploring his creativity through different disciplines. From illustrator to videographer to animator to content creator, he has transferred his fun and abstract creative style to tons of different projects, platforms, and softwares—now that includes Procreate Dreams. You might already know Smitesh and his work from Instagram, TikTok, or his previous Skillshare classes, but now Smitesh is here to share how Procreate Dreams elevated his creativity, unlocked new stylistic opportunities, and helped bring new ideas to life through a brand new lens.  

Now Smitesh wants to share how you can use Procreate Dreams to explore new creative opportunities and incorporate animations into your videos. In this class, you’ll learn how to bring your video content to the next level by adding animated transitions, moving characters, and hand-drawn animated elements. 

With Smitesh by your side, you’ll:

  • Learn how to make smooth transitions between clips using keyframes and the Performing tool
  • Utilize tools like grouping animations, onion skinning, and the flip book function
  • Add movement, adjust anchor points, and create masks
  • Discover how to rotate, add texture, and add realistic lighting to your animated elements

Plus, Smitesh will provide his video content so you can get started on your video animation project as soon as you want. 

Whether you’re a content creator who is looking to bring their passion for animation to their video content or you’re just looking to add a little creative flair to your videos, you’ll leave this class with a video filled with detailed animations and eye-catching motion and a strong understanding of some of Procreate Dream’s most powerful tools. 

No Procreate Dreams or animation experience is required to take this class. You’ll simply need your iPad and Apple Pencil. Previous experience with Procreate will help you in this class, but isn’t necessary. To continue your Procreate Dreams animation journey, explore Smitesh’s full learning path. This class was filmed using Procreate Dreams 1.0.6.

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Smitesh Mistry

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Hey, I'm Smitesh Mistry a Graphic designer and Illustrator. I like to create content that is fun and abstract that conveys a message.

During the day i am at work designing all sorts for stuff from online to print, In my spare time I enjoy learning new skills, drawing or planning my next video for my youtube and instagram page.

I plan to make many more skillshare classes on how to get started in certain aspects of design for the beginner or the intermediate wanting to improve your skills.

If you'd like to find out more, please do 'follow' my Skillshare profile, and if enjoy my content and you've got ideas for classes that you'd find useful, drop me a message/email and I'll see what I can do

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1. Introduction: The role of content creation within the creative industry is a way to experiment and try new things without the need of any clients or any briefs. Just for you to be able to create with complete freedom and then express it to the world. Hi, I'm Smash Mystery a multi disciplinary creative including videography, illustration, animation, and content creation. I'm really excited to teach this class because for me it's allowing me to combine two of my favorite disciplines, video and illustration. In today's class, I'm going to be running you through how you can use procreate dreams to elevate your social content. We're going to be taking a video which we shut out in the city. And then we're going to be going through Procreate Dreams and adding in our own animations. In this class, we'll be starting off by importing our videos into procreate dreams. Then we'll be working on a few transitions, one using the flip book function, and then another using key frames. And then we're going to be rounding it off by adding some moving Pters in the end. Then by the end, you'll have a piece of content to post using animation and your video skills. I think this class is perfect for anybody who's making content, whether that's food, fashion, or even illustrations. And you just want to add a little creative flair to your work. For me, Procreated Dreams has helped my content creation mainly by speeding up my workflow, but also allowing for my creativity to grow. By the end of this class, you'll have a better idea of how you can incorporate your illustration and animation along with your video content. Okay, you're ready to take your content creation game to the next level. Let's get started. 2. Import Videos and Create Layers: Let's get started on making this piece of content. I'm going to start by importing the videos that I've already shot into Procreate Dreams. I'm just going to create a new movie, use the template that's already there. Before I import my content, I want to change the dimensions of the stage. You can do this by going on the movie title and settings, on Properties, and let's just change this back to HD. Now to drag in our content, I'm going to have the photos app open. I'm going to go on Select, select my three videos, hold, and then with my thumb drag up, click on Procreate Dreams, and then just drag it into the timeline. Now I'm going to rearrange my clips in the right order. Let me show you the video first, and then I'm going to walk through why I chose to record it in this way, and then I'm going to go through the type of animations that I'm going to be adding on top of the content. You like some content, but speaking in public may feel like you have to be all these different characters. Being in a big city like London, I feel to stand up and try, I need to gain some confidence. Why I embrace all the different characters that make you. As you saw what I was recording this, I was doing things with my hands and the way that I was walking in and out of frame. Let me explain why I chose to record it this way. With this beginning shot, when I'm talking about being all these different characters on camera, the first thing that came to mind was I wanted to have a rotoscope or flashing frames of different types of illustrations over my silhouette, which represents different characters. Then some talking about characters, the transition that I want to create in between video 1 and video 2 was a clapperboard coming in and then out of frame. Then in the second video, you may have saw after I finished what I was saying, I pretended like I was throwing something, I had nothing in my hand. But with this, this leads on to the second transition where we'll be using the flip book and keyframes to almost represent a ball coming out of my hand into the next scene, where I'm talking about being all these different characters. The way that I shot this video was, I want to make sure the sky was in the shot just so that I can place the characters there. So when I lift my arms up, I'm going to have the characters appear from behind the building in the sky. When shooting your content, it's important to bear this in mind, have the idea of what type of animations you want to incorporate in your content, just so when you are out and about or if you're in your room filming it, you can incorporate certain things to create the interaction between video and animation. I'm going to go in now and just trim some of the clips just so it flows a bit smoother. I think at the end of this first clip, you can see there's no sound waves there. But I want to leave enough space for me to animate the other characters that are going to appear on the screen. You like some content, but speaking in public may feel like it to be all these different characters. I think just as I look down, I'm just going to hold the edge of the content, let's drag it in. Then move the second one along, and then just trim the start of the second clip. Being in a big city like London, [inaudible] confidence. Then I want to trim this one, but I'm not going to trim too much because I can always trim it later once I've added the animation on top. Finally, let's just move the third video. Why don't embrace all the different characters that make you. Perfect. Before I go in and animate, I want to make sure you choose a color palette just to make sure all the animations that you add into your piece of content are uniform throughout the whole piece. Let me show you the color pallet that I've selected. This was mainly based on this last video that I shot, the scene where the bus comes in. I really like the colors that are on this bus, and I think it'll tie the whole piece of content together. Let me show you the color pallet that I chose. I'm going to create a new track and I'm going to draw them on the screen. These are the main three colors that I'm going to be using the animation, mainly just because I like the way they look with this final clip, and those are the colors that I want to use for the characters in the end too. Go in now, import your videos, whether you're using the ones that are down below in the class resources or your own, import them into Procreate Dreams and choose your color palette. In the next lesson, we're going to get started with the animation. We're going to be using the flip book function to add different characters to the silhouette of the first video. 3. Discover Flipbook Trace: Let's get started with this first one. We're going to be using the flipbook function. We're going to be creating a silhouette of my body and then we're going to be adding in flashes of different characters. Let's get to it. I'm going to find the point in the video where I mentioned characters. [inaudible]. Okay. Perfect. One thing to bear in mind when I was recording this video, I had to make sure I was standing as still as possible just for this part to work. I'm going to go in by creating a new track. Firstly on this new track, I'm just going to go around and create a silhouette of my body. I've gone through and I've created a silhouette of my body. I'm just going to hold on this frame, fill duration and then just end this where the two clips end. Click on the Play head, edit, and then split. Let's delete that part. I think I'll move ever slow, slightly to the left, so I'm just going to key frame that. Click on the playhead move and scale and then go to the end and let's just drag it over ever slow, slightly then change the easing to linear. This silhouette that we created is going to be used as a clipping mask on the track. Below is where we're going to add in our illustrations to duplicate this, just so we can use it as a background. Then I'm going to draw something on this and then turn this into a layer mask. I'm going to drag this out to fill the duration. I'm going to hold each of these different animations for around six frames. Let's split this clip. Let's just see what that looks like. It may be too quick or maybe quite slow. Let's have a look. I think I'm happy with that. Let's go in and let's start adding in our illustration. With this first one, I want to have the silhouette filling up with water. I'm going to go in, select my brush, select my color. I'm going to enter into flip buck mode. I'm going to turn on my onion skinning just so I can see where my previous frame is. I'm going to start midway getting filled. Don't worry that it's going outside the silhouette. Once we've created all six frames, we're going to group him and then add him to the layer mask. The way I like to do it when trying to represent or imitate water filling up is just to imagine a sine wave and imagine you just shifting it ever so slightly in one direction as the frames go on here I've got a sine wave. I'm just going to imagine like the top part here is just over here. Then the bottom part is over here. We've got two more frames to add in. Now this is a little bit too quick. What I'm going to do is we're going to expand this by going on the timeline edit, and then striking this out 12 frames. Then I'm going to move these frames along and then hold each one for two frames. Then because I want to imitate my silhouette filling up, I'm just going to move each frame a little higher than the previous. Then I can just go in and cover the rest of my silhouette. Now if we play this back, I'm going to fill the timeline with what we just created. Perfect. I'm going to group all these together now, drawing over all the tracks. Hold and then group. I'm just going to name this water. Let's highlight that blue there. We've got one type of illustration. I'm going to go through and add two or three more just to fill out the rest of this video. I'm going to duplicate the one that we just did. Let's rename this one in two shapes. Let's change the color to an orange. We want to keep the layer mask that we added. Let's delete the frames that we drew on. Let's change the background color. I'm going to go on the drawer and paint tool, select another color. Just drag that on. Now for this one, I just want to have some shapes moving around inside of my silhouette. To do this just on a new track straw a shape and then we're going to be using key frames to move them around. Let's create a new track for the other shape, then feel free to do whatever you like with these. I'm just going to be moving them around. Let's start by extending the tracks, then starting with the pink rectangle, let's add a moving scale key frame. Let's drag that to the end and then let's just move it. Let's change the easing to ease in and out. Perfect. Then let's do the same for the circle. Then let's just move it down. Let's group the yellow and the pink shape and then place them both underneath to lay a mask. Just now they're inside the silhouette deplete these empty tracks. Let's see what that looks like back now. Perfect. Let's go in and add a third one. Now I'm going to duplicate the previous that we did, use that as a base. Let's change the name to squiggle, so let's delete the group that we added to the previous one. Let's start off by changing the background color. Then with this one, I'm just going to add in six frames, again, holding each one for two frames, just squiggling around the screen. Hold that for two frames. For this, we can turn off the onion skinning just if it's a little distracting. Let's just move our clips just because I think this one overlapped a little bit. Let's move this one just so it ends where the next clip starts. I want to change the color of these a Little bit. Okay, so let's watch that back to see what we've made. Okay. You're going to make some content, but speaking in public may feel like it have to be all these different characters. Being in a big city like London, that's perfect. Okay, so now that we've added in the animation to the first video, in the next lesson we're going to be moving on to creating a key frame transition using a copper board. 4. Create a Keyframe Transition: So in this lesson I'll be teaching you how you can create transitions using key frames but the good thing with Procreate dreams is it allows for your creativity to flow in between two clips any type of transition you want to make, whether that's using key frames, the performing tool, I think having them within your clips adds a little bit of extra creative flare to your content. Now that we've gone in and used the flip book function to add in different illustrations to our silhouette, I just went in and polished off my illustrations. Now we're going to be moving onto a key frame transition, so I'm just going to scrub to where the last illustration was and then on a new track, I'm going to start drawing a clapperboard for the transition. So I'm going to do this in two parts firstly, the top section and then the bottom section, each one on different tracks and then we'll be grouping them so I'm going just select my brush. For this I'll go to draw it much bigger because I want the clapboard coming in and covering the entire frame and then coming out of frame. For this I'm going to switch into flip book mode just so I can see the stage a little bigger. Let's start off with the top portion and feel free to use any other object that you'd like with your video, don't feel like you have to use the clapper board too. Now for the bottom half, I'm going to create a new track and then draw the bottom half too. Then I'm going to go add some details and textures to both parts so I'm going to create another track above it, hold the track go and mask and then clipping mask. Let's do the same for the top as well so slip the top, new track and then let's just start drawing on there. Let's turn this track into a clipping mask too. Let's group each of those individually, and then we'll group the whole thing so clicking on the timeline, edit, swipe over the two for the bottom first, hold the tracks, and then click on Group and then let's group these two together as well. Group, let's put the bottom underneath the top and then let's group both of those as well. Let's expand these to fill the rest of this clip and overlap with the next clip as well so I'm just going to expand all the groups and then with the timeline edit, select them, and then just drag them out. By the time the next clip comes on, we'll be pulling the clapperboard away so firstly, let's animate that closing and then we'll animate the group of it pulling away. Firstly, on the top, let's change the anchor point and then let's move the whole thing down, that's perfect. In the center where the two clips merge that's where you want to add a key frame for the clapperboard closing so tap on the play head move and scale and then let's go to the beginning and let's add a rotation. I've watched that back. Let's change the easing to ease in and out. Extend that a little bit, just so it's on frame for a bit longer. Now let's animate the entire group so I kind of want to have it rotating and clapping at the same time. Let's start off here and then when it closes, let's move it and rotate it so it fills the frame. I'm going to scale the whole thing up just a little bit, let's get rid of the key frames that we added. Perfect so either way that looks. Let's extend our group just a little bit more just so it gives us enough space to move out a frame to reveal the second clip. Now on the group again, let's add another key frame and then let's just move that way, so if you watch that back. Let's move this key frame just a little bit more, perfect. I'm just moving the clapper board around because I want the clapper board to shut on the previous illustration that I did. Now we're just need to trim my video clip and then we're going to move the second one along. If you watch that back, we have to be all these different characters and being in a big city like London. That's how you can use key frames and illustrations which you've either made in Procreate Dreams or you can import them from Procreate and use key frames to animate them to create transitions in between two clips. In the next lesson, we're going to be using the performing tool to do another transition between two clips. 5. Create a Performing Transition: In this lesson, we're going to be using the performing tool to create our next transition. With this video, I wanted to make sure that the animation and transition that I was creating was interacting with the video. When I was recording this clip, I made sure, or I pretended like I was throwing a ball. Let me show you. Being in a big city like London, I feel to stand up and try. I need to gain some confidence. Let's go in. I'm going to draw a ball on another track. Then let me show you how you can use the performing tool to create this transition into the next clip. Let's find in the clip whereabouts we want to start. Let's say around here. I'm going to draw the ball to fill the frame first, and then we'll shrink it down. On a new track, above the clip, I'm going to go on the Draw & Paint tool, and then let's change my brush and the color. I'm just going to enter into flip book mode just so I got more space. Then great thing I like about adding illustration and animation on top of video content is that you can let a different part of your creativity come through. I like the contrast between the polished videos and the rough and ready animations. I like the way it works together. I'm going to exit flip book mode and then hold the content, fill duration. With three fingers, I'm just swiping to adjust the width. Then let's end that just as we enter into the final clip. I'm going to click the playhead, Edit, and Split. Let's hold and delete that. Let's find in the track whereabouts we want to start. Let's say around here. Let's add a keyframe. Let's scale that down. Now with this, it will take some time and some practice to match the motion because with the performing tool, as the video is playing, I've got to follow my hand as I'm throwing the ball. We'll take a few tries, but let's give it a go. I want to have the ball almost look it's curving and then I want it to come across the frame from the left side and then to the right, and then as it goes out of frame, it'll transition into the next clip. I'm just going to watch it a few times just to get used to the motion that I'll be doing with the performing tool. It looks like it goes out, and then I want to move it across the screen. I'll have to keep the stage off to the side. I have space over here to play with the performing. Let's try that again. I'm just going to modify the smoothing just a little bit just so it doesn't track all of my tiny movements. See what that looks like. I like the way that looks. Let me try it one more time. Let's try to keep the ball in frame. Give myself a bit more space to use the performing tool. After we've done the position, we're going to be playing around with a scale to look like it's coming towards the camera. What we can do, we can go in and we can play and add a few more keyframes just so it matches the hand. Let's turn off the performing tool. This one, it's still in my hand. There's one more. I think it moves a bit too quick. Let's move this one in a tiny bit. Perfect. Let's scale it just a little bit down at the beginning. Now let's play around with the scale. Let's drag the playhead to the beginning of the content. Again, with the performing tool, I'm going to click it. As the ball is traveling across the screen, I want it to look like it's coming closer. As the motion of the ball goes through the frame, I want to get bigger, so I'm going to drag one of the red dots outwards. Now we need to play around with the position of this last keyframe. I'm going to turn off the performing tool and let's drag that off-frame. Let's extend this a little bit just to make it a bit more smoother. Right now, it looks like the ball is coming straight to the camera, then moving it off to the right. I'm going to make it look like the ball's going that way a little bit, and then off the frame. I'm going to expand the keyframe track. Then I can see the individual keyframes that have been made. With these here, I want to change the x-axis just a little bit. I'm going to delete the ones that are there, drag this one into the center, and see what it does. With this keyframe that's been put on the x-axis, let's move it a bit to the left so it looks like it goes off, and then it goes across the screen. Let's watch that back. Let's speed up that last section just a tiny bit. Let's drag in these four keyframes. Perfect. Then all we have to do is trim our clip, then the transition works at the right time. Let's make sure our frame is filled. We need the clips to overlap here. Perfect. Now, let's go in. I'm going to add a rotation key frame and I'm going to use the performing tool for this. Let's tap the track, performing, and then let's just add a rotation. Perfect. Then on the track above it, I'm going to go in and add some texture. Let's stop the performing tool, let's add a track. I'm going to scrub to when it's about to fill the frame. I'm going to go on the Draw & Paint tool. One thing to bear in mind, in the video I shot, you can see the sun is coming in from the right hand side, which is why the right hand side of my jump has been lit, so I'm going to take that into consideration when adding shadow to the ball as well. I'll now add a shadow on the left hand side. Let's turn this into a clipping mask. Then let's keyframe this as well. Perfect. If you watch that back, let's see what it sounds like and looks with audio. One of the trick that I like to do is to kind of add to this effect, is to add a Gaussian blur to the video clip to make it look like the camera is focusing on the ball that's coming towards you. To do this, let's find where the ball starts moving. I'm going to go down to the video track, click on the playhead, and then I'm going to add a filter, just a Gaussian blur, and then scrub to the end, say around here, and then let's blur the clip. Then to add to this effect, I'm going to perform the motion of the video track and add a little shape to it. To do this, I'm going to tap on the playhead , move and scale. Then just for this little section here, I'm going to go on the performing tool, going to Modify, I want it to track all of my little movements. I'm turning the motion filtering all the way down, and then I'm going to shake my stylus. Then as you see, there are little white sections on either side of the stage. To get rid of this, I'm just going to scale the clip up as the ball comes closer. Let's turn off the performing tool. If we watch that back now, perfect. In this lesson, I showed you one way that you can create transition in Procreate Dreams. But let your imagination fly and think of different ways that you can create animations that interact with video content. In the next lesson, I'll be showing you how you can use all the skills that we've learned so far and have some characters popping up from the sky. I'm really excited to see what transitions you create. Don't forget to share them in the project gallery below. 6. Finish Your Moving Character Illustration : Okay. In this final lesson, I want to have characters popping up from behind the building and filling the sky. So what we want to do is create a layer mask of the track that we've already got. This is so we can have the characters behind, and then when we animate them up, we don't have to worry about cutting them from around the building, as it'll be within the layer mask. To do this, I'm just going to duplicate the final video track. So now that I've duplicated it, let's drag it on top of a new track. Then on a track above, we just need to color in the part that you want to stay on top, so in this case, it's going to be the building and myself. With this, you'll need a smaller brush just so you can get all the little details. I'm going to enter into flipbook mode just so I've got a bigger screen to draw around the building on. With this part, take your time as the more detailed you are with this, the more convincing the effect will be. Let's exit flipbook mode and let's drag this to fill the video track. I'm just going to hold the content, fill duration, and then with this top layer that we just drew, let's turn the mask into a layer mask. Now that anything we put below the layer mask. Say if we draw here, you can't see it, but then soon as you draw here, you can see it in the sky. This is what we want. Now, we can animate the characters coming up from behind the building without having to worry about cutting them out frame by frame. Let's go in and let's draw our first character. I just want to track below the layer mask. I'm going to go on the drawer and paint tool, choose a color for my first character, I'm going to have a orange circle. I'm just going to move this out just so I can see them. Then on a new track, I'm going to draw in some of its features. What I'm thinking whilst drawing this is whereabouts on the screen I want to place them. I'm going to have them on the right-hand side, just over here. So I'm putting the eyes over to the left just so it looks like he's looking at me. On another track, I'm going to add in some eyebrows, and then on one final track, I can add in the mouth. Okay, perfect. We've got Character 1 now, I'm just going to go in and create the other three characters, and then I'll show you how we can animate them. Before I group them, let's fill the duration of the rest of the track. I'm going to go on a timeline edit, hold, fill duration. Now, let's group these four layers. Group, perfect. So I've gone and created two more characters, let me show you them. Here's the characters that I've created. I've created them all in the same way, having different layers for different features just so I can go in and animate each one separately. Let's start off with the orange character that we drew. I'm going to animate the features first, then animate the whole group. Let's find the spot in the video where I put my arms up to reveal the characters. So why don't you embrace all the different characters that make you you? So just around here. Let's start off with our eyebrows, and then with this, I'm just going to perform having the eyebrows going up and down. Let's see the rest of the timeline. We watch that back. Perfect. Now, let's have this character coming up from behind the building. Initially, I'm going to collapse the group, add a moving scale keyframe, place it behind the building, and then I'm going to add a keyframe where I want the character to pop up. Now, I can go in and play with the speed a little bit/ Let's change the easing to ease in and out. I just added one final keyframe, so it looks like the character popped up and then settled. Then with the eyebrow performing that we did, pops up, and then he starts raising his eyebrows. Then one final thing that we can do to this is add a rotation. I'll do this using the performing tool. Firstly, let's change the anchor point to where we want to rotate from. I'm going to say roughly around here. Selecting the performing tool. We watch that back. We got the character popping up, rotating, and then raising its eyebrows. I'm going to go in and do the same for the other two characters as well. There's a few different types of animation that you can add on top of this. Now that we've got a base of the characters coming up and filling the sky, we can either put an animation in front of the layer mask, whether it's a hand which looks like it's holding the building, or we can add some sparkles to the characters just to add to the motion. Here's a hand that I've illustrated already, and I've imported it into Procreate Dreams. Because all the characters are behind the building, we want to make sure this is on top of the layer mask, just so it looks like he's holding the edge of the building. If you have all the characters out, I'm going to move this around just so it's in the right position. Then as the blue character comes up, I just want the hands coming down, so around here, I want to have the hand on the building, and then let's have it coming down. We trim our clip. If you watch that back. Now, if we change the easing to ease in, let's change that to ease out. I think I like the quicker at the beginning and then slower. Let's just play around with the position of that track. Let's see what that looks like. Nice. Then finally, I'm going to go in and add a few sparkles. Let's create a new track. I'm going to go on the draw and paint tool, I'm going to use a studio brush. Let's just draw it off here on the side. I'm just going to draw across, and then let's round the corners on the inside and then hold the content, fill duration, and let's animate this. We want to have the illustration spinning, increasing in size, and then decreasing. Let's add a few keyframes. Let's add the rotation first, let's make sure the anchor point is in the center of the cross. Add a rotation. Now, let's add a scale to this. We want to, in the middle, for it to be the biggest, we can add a keyframe there, and then at the start, shrink it, and then at the end, let's shrink it again. Let's hold and expand, and let's see what the rotation is doing. Let's hold this and set the easing of the rotation to linear. Now, let's trim this content. Now that we've got this sparkle, we can just drag it in and about in different groups and place it on the characters. Let's collapse the keyframe track. I'm going to duplicate this, and then let's open up one of the groups and let's just drag it in there. I'm going to drag it on top. Because we put it in the group, it should follow the motion, which is perfect. Now, you can just move it around. I'm just going to go in and do the same for all the different characters. Let's add one to the blue character and one to the yellow one too. I'm going to offset them just so they're not sparkling all at the same time. Then the final one that we drew initially, let's drag that into the blue character. Let's expand the keyframe track. I'm going to delete the x and y just so we can move it around. Then the scale, I'm just going to change that. Let's move around, let's see what we made. Make you, you. So now that I'm happy with the characters that have animated in the sky, let's play back the whole thing and let's see what we created. You want to make some content, but speaking in public may feel that you have to be all these different characters. Being in a big city like London, that feel to stand out and shine and need to gain some confidence. Whoosh. So why don't you embrace all the different characters that make you, you? There you go, you created your first piece of content combining video and animation. 7. Final Thoughts: Congratulations on completing your first piece of content using Procreate Dreams, where you combine video and animation. We explored a lot of different techniques that you can use within Procreate Dreams to elevate your video content from how to use the flip book function to create a burst of illustrations. How you can use the performing and keyframes to add motion, to add illustrations or characters which you want to add into your video content. I know I showed you one way in which you can use each function within Procreate Dreams. But feel free to explore, have some fun different ways that you can interact with the animations and your video content. I'm really excited to see what animations or transitions that you created and added to your own video, or if you followed along and used mine, do share it down below in the project gallery. I hope you enjoy this class and use all the techniques that we covered in your own content. Can't wait to see what you make. Bye-bye.