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This article has discussed the fundamentals of dialogue animation. The fundamentals are easy to understand and grasp, but getting your animations to look good requires some more work. Now it is time for you to practice, practice, and practice some more. You should record some tracks of your own and animate some more characters. If you are shy in front of a microphone, however, there are many ways to get dialogue besides hiring a voice actor. One way is to find some dialogue worth using in an old movie. Pick a scene from your favorite movie and animate a character speaking the dialogue. Of course, if you want to distribute such a film commercially, you run into copyright problems and need to get all sorts of permissions. For practice use only, however, it's not an issue. Another way is to record a normal, everyday conversation and animate that. Wherever you obtain your dialogue, remember to have fun when animating.

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