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Bonjour voici des bases pour commencer à animer des personnages en 2D. Preston Blair est un grand artiste qui a travaillé pour les Studio Disney pendant de nombreuses années. Il a développé des tec…
nathalie sougnoux saved to Zentangle and drawings
Dermot O Connor decided to present an updated version of a well-known list which now features 21 principles.
Andrew Dennis saved to Animation
Saw a mouth chart posted here, thought I'd post the lip-sync mouths I use in my animations. These were the ones I learned in school.
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Karri saved to Drawing tips
For my basic walk cycle i followed Penny's Blog and also used "Richard Williams- the Animator's Survival Guide' they were both very helpful and useful to my final walk cycle. I did the walk cycle about 4 times before getting it perfect. Here's one of my failed examples After this attempt i had 3 more goes at trying to get my walk looking normal so i payed closer attention to the richard williams book. And drew out rough sketches of what the poses, just because it helped me understand them…
“I drew up something I see a lot in game animation loops, where the loop is really obvious. Remember followthrough! https://t.co/p4NUa4Derj”
Nicolas Garilhe saved to Animation Reference
Fire is one of the hardest things to do, but there are a few tricks you can do to get your flame animations to look pretty good. Shown below is one of hundreds of very useful reference video you can find online. Only 8 years ago, footage like this was nearly impossible to find anywhere, YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion and many other free video-sharing websites has made this type of reference material accessible to all of us. Take advantage of this, before starting a brand new FX animation, take…
Bubble popping animation for creating 2d games
M.G saved to Arte de animación