Drawing closer to the lines of either the previous or the next key to create Speeding up at the beginning of a motion is called an ease out. The impression of acceleration is created by gradually i... More or Slowing down at the end of a motion is called an ease out. The impression of deceleration is created by gradually decrea... More.
Favoring as in “In this drawing, I favor the lines of the previous key over the line of the next key.”
The term favoring is often used by 2D animators drawing individual frames either using traditional animation on paper or drawing on a tablet or monitor (tradigital animation) as a synonym for Easing describes how softly a motion starts and ends through acceleration and deceleration. This is achieved by graduadl... More.