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Principles of animation

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21 Foundations of Animation

Dermot O Connor decided to present an updated version of a well-known list which now features 21 principles.

The 12 Principles of Animation... With Animated Examples! - IdeaRocket

We talk about all 12 principles of animation: squash & stretch, anticipation, staging, straight ahead & pose-to-pose, follow-through & overlapping action, ease in, ease out, secondary action, timing, exaggeration, solid drawing, and appeal

Tutorial 166 - Squash and Stretch - "Squash and stretch" is the first of twelve basic principles of animation developed by Disney animators Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas. The principles can be used to achieve a greater sense of realism in realistic animation and convey a more exaggerated feeling for drawn cartoons.  Understanding these principles can benefit the artist in both understanding and design of action scenes, movement and character expressions, especially.

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Straight Ahead and Pose-to-Pose Principle | Toon Boom LEARN

These are two different ways to animate an action. The straight-ahead technique means to animate your action from drawing 1 to the end in sequence order. The pose-to-pose technique is a bit more intricate as it means to draw the key poses first (often the beginning and end drawing of the action and some other key moment between. Once the key poses are done, the breakdown and inbetween drawings are added to fill the rest of the animation. Smoke, water and other fluid elements are often…

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Just some animation exercises to warm up the animator’s timing and spacing sensors, and great fun practices. References Timing for Animation by John Halas…

Just some animation exercises to warm up the animator’s timing and spacing sensors, and great fun practices. Also check out the Animation exercises II https://vimeo.com/303621043…

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