Did you notice this in the Jungle Book?

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When “off-model” is “on-model” in character animation…

In Walt Disney’s original Jungle Book the characters are sometimes drawn with thumbs and sometimes without them. In this animation analysis we have a quick look at why and when this happens and how animators can use this in their own character animation. This is a wonderful example of how character design for animation doesn’t have to be a static thing – especially in 2D you can change it to adapt to certain situations.

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Raj Kumar Majhi

ya m just a beginer i have a drawing tablet also but i dont know how to use software and tools and i want to learn i am from nepal


ooh that’s interesting! Kinda odd, tho.