Today we'll be tracking our footage in Mocha to maintain the distortion of face movement. We'll create a stabilized Precomp using MochaImport where we'll create dark veins to simulate energy being sucked from the actor. This basic technique can be use used to superimpose anything onto the surface of a shifting surface.
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