| Kwik has several widgets, which are pre-configured animations that you can apply to a layer, group or page in your storybook app. On page 10 of our sample app, we have four bats that are hanging from a tree. It would be nice to animate these bats to swing from the tree instead of just hang there.|
We will use the Kwik Rotation Widget to rotate the bats. If we had all the bats on the same layer, we could only rotate them in unison. However, it would be nice if we could have each bat swinging individually. We can do this by putting each on a separate layer.
As you can see from the page10 psd mockup, we have four bats of varying sizes on four layers named bat1_pg10 - bat4_pg10. Let's animate bat1.
Open your project into Photoshop.
Go to your LearnKwik folder and make a backup copy of the Template project folder. Rename the backup folder by adding the current date to the end. (TemplateMM-DD-YY).
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