In this lesson you will learn two of the most basic and important principles of animation. Having a good understanding of “Squash & Stretch” along with how it relates to…
In this brief video lesson Aaron explains the concept of setting up anticipation for your movement and actions.
In this short video lesson Aaron explains how to use follow through and overlapping action to make you animation more believable and fluid.
In this short video, Aaron explains how moving your animation on arcs and even “arcs within arcs” can make your animation seem more life-like.
In this short video, Aaron explains ease in and out of your motion to soften your animation and make it seem more believable.
In this video, Aaron demonstrates and explains two different methods for animating a scene or action.
In this video, Aaron explains how to position your point of interest with the frame so that it reads clearly and properly conveys your intent and emotion.
In this short video, Aaron the concept of “secondary action” and how it differs from “overlapping action”.
In this brief video, Aaron explains how using exaggeration and “pushing your animation” help makes it feel more real.
In this video you will learn the importance of adding “appeal” into your characters and visuals so that your animation is pleasing to the audience.
In this video, Aaron demonstrates how to animate a two legged walk cycle.
In this video, Aaron builds on what you learned about two legged walks and applies them that knowledge to a run cycle.