A breakdown is a pose at the turning point of a motion path - often during the fastest moment of a motion. It's often se... More poses are the animator’s most important tool to define motion. Find out how you can use them to control acceleration, arcs, as well as overlapping and Loose, attached parts tend to continue moving after the leading element came to a stop. When a leading element is slowin... More action.
Joshua Taback, 18 year veteran Director, Animator and Character Layout artist answers some questions about 2D traditional inbetweening in a step-by-step tutorial. Find out how you can perfectly maintain volumes and shapes between your key posesKey poses are the most…
Save Here’s a quick tip for any lip sync you’re doing in any limited-style animation. By extending your “open” mouth symbol/drawing a touch past when the audio ends, your character will feel more solid and the audio seems much more…
Save Composition is one of the most essential things to focus on when planning any work of art, but this holds especially true of animation. It is a component that is absolutely vital to the final work you create, and…
Save The second half of our “Feet in Animation” series by Joshua Taback, including a downloadable PDF of the entire art tutorial at the bottom! Hot off the presses! Share via: