Lápis de cera

This Mode allows you adjust the timing of the Grease Pencil object’s animation frames. It is especially useful for animators blocking out shots, where the ability to re-time blocking is one of the main purposes of the whole exercise.

This mode can be accessed by changing the Dope Sheet editor’s Mode selector (found in the header to the far left) to Grease Pencil.

To use this editor mode, make sure you have a Grease Pencil object selected.

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Região de canais

Lápis de cera (azul claro)

The channels” region shows the Grease Pencil data-blocks containing the layers. Multiple blocks are used for each area (e.g. one for the 3D Viewport and the Image editor).

Camadas (cinza)

These channels contain the keyframes to which the layers are bound.

Opacity

Controls the layers Opacity.

Mask (mask icon)

Toggle the Masks visibility.

Onion Skinning (onion skin icon)

Toggle the use the layer for Onion Skinning.

Viewport/Render Visibility (eye icon)

Toggle layer visibility in the viewport and in render.

Lock Animation (checkbox icon)

Toggles playback of animation or keep the channel static.

Lock (padlock icon)

Toggle layer from being editable.

Visualização principal

The keyframes can be manipulated like any other data in the Dope Sheet. Interpolated keyframes (alias breakdowns) are visualized as smaller light blue points.