- Phase one comprises of rough thumbnail ideas, sourcing of video reference and drawing sketches derived from the sourced reference.
- Phase two involves the composing of timing notes, sketching exaggerated thumbnails, saving key poses based on your thumbnails, and breakdown pose (there’s a lot going on)
- Phase three is refining the breakdown poses with weight shifts, eye animation, anticipation, and arcs.
- Lastly, the animation is finalized with the addition of animation overshoots and secondary animation.
Learning animation is something that is unending. We need to constantly study movement, scrutinize expression, and carry a pursuit to comprehend the ebb-and-flow within all areas of life. Our effective animation has a unique way of captivating an audience through surprise, creativity and cleaver design. There are no limitations set on animation other than the limitations we define ourselves this welcomes creative thinking and imaginative execution.
“Movement is the essence of our being. From the crashing of the waves to the wind blowing through the trees – we are deeply drawn to it.” - Tyron Solomon
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