#101 10-28-2014 7:42 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

I am hoping I can get back onto doing these again. I want to try and tackle the ones that will take a few hours to complete. But here's hoping.

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#102 04-16-2015 4:13 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

Yeah I agree, done some of that before we uploaded onto YouTube. Hey everyone, we've just set up our account on here. We want to share with you today our channel that we have had for a while on YouTube.

https://m.youtube.com/user/TheTwinAnimations

who are we?

we are a pair of 17 year old twins who are still in full time education, animating is one of our hobbies.

what's our channel?

we create stop motipn shorts and tutorials for people to enjoy and watch. We use the programme iStopmotion and try to make it look professional as possible for a very small budget. We would welcome some new views and people viewing our videos and show some love for an after-school hobby! Thanks for reading and we hope to here from you over on our channel at: https://m.youtube.com/user/TheTwinAnimations



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#103 04-16-2015 6:06 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

It's unusual for me to say to anybody "maybe tone down the squash and stretch" but this might be one of those rare times. smile I feel like it gets a little too jiggly at the end. She loses believability because of how extreme it is. The motion works well, and timing, it just might need a little less extreme squash and stretch.


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#104 06-18-2015 5:11 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

very great..i know why im finding it difficult to do a walk cycle now..im skipping basic bidy mechanics exercises that can teach me how the body moves...great one..i will try most of this before i start my animschool classes.


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#105 06-25-2015 5:03 am

addlink
Registered: 05-27-2015
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Re: Animation Exercises

Thanks for posting.
Useful information.

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#106 06-25-2015 6:07 am

addlink
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Re: Animation Exercises

Great to see your posts.
I am new member here.
Nice to see you.

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#107 09-09-2015 6:05 am

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Re: Animation Exercises

I must say information is very useful.

http://gameyan.com/3d-game-development.html

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#108 10-15-2015 8:33 pm

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Registered: 06-21-2015
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Re: Animation Exercises

Great post.!
One question that comes up in my mind every time I see a post like this is; How to start? for example a
::Basics:: (Be comfortable doing these before anything)
:::: Ball bouncing/Rolling
:::: Balls of different weights(basketball, tennis ball, bowling ball, beach ball, etc)
:::: Balls in an obstacle course
:::: Flour Sack
:::: Overlap/Follow through (hair, tails, etc)
:::: Weight shift
:::: Side step
:::: Hop-scotch

Any one of these or a water drop animation(which i am trying to figure out myself) From where will I get the references. Ofcourse i don't know how a water drop makes the splash. However, I found a video on youtube with water drop flash in 1000 frames. Now what? What to study in this?
Please help I am stuck here!

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#109 07-17-2016 4:08 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

Hello everybody.
My passion is to create animation. I am Alicia Fernandez, animator and illustrator. I have just launched my new traditional 2D animation project to crowdfunding. The question that inspired this short film is "What would happen if a little mocking character could control time?".

I would be grateful if you could collaborate and share this project. I just launch this new animation project to crowdfunding and it is extremely difficult to find people to sponsor this animation, although I spend day and night trying to publicize the project, and it has high quality. The problem is I can not afford to pay an agecy that promotes the project.

Thank you very much.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/50 … short-film

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#110 07-17-2016 4:15 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

Hello everybody.
My passion is to create animation. I am Alicia Fernandez, animator and illustrator. I have just launched my new traditional 2D animation project to crowdfunding. The question that inspired this short film is "What would happen if a little mocking character could control time?".

I would be grateful if you could collaborate and share this project. I just launch this new animation project to crowdfunding and it is extremely difficult to find people to sponsor this animation, although I spend day and night trying to publicize the project, and it has high quality. The problem is I can not afford to pay an agecy that promotes the project.

Thank you very much.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/50 … short-film

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#111 08-25-2016 7:43 am

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Re: Animation Exercises

Camaro, this thread is worth 20k hits.  I'll be pulling from that list for a while now.

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#112 09-03-2016 10:39 am

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Camaro great idea! I have had the similar plan 3 years ago. i didn't accomplish it of course. But the the coolest thing was that I've started and have done some very first task. Wish you good luck!

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#113 06-28-2017 1:19 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

In case anyone is interested, we made a sequel to The 51 Animation Exercises to Master which is all about loops. So you can check out 51 Great Animation Loops to Practice if you need a few more nudges to put your skills to the grindstone and improve!

http://www.animatorisland.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/51loops_banner-600x133.png


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#114 07-26-2017 4:56 am

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Re: Animation Exercises

This post has a lot of great information. Thanks!

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#115 10-06-2017 1:17 pm

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Re: Animation Exercises

Yes, I have done many <h ref="https://actonvideo.com/videos/3d-animation/">3D animated </a>things that u said

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#116 10-07-2017 4:09 am

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Re: Animation Exercises

Yes, I have done many 3D animated things that u said.see below
https://actonvideo.com/videos/3d-animation

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#117 10-07-2017 6:40 am

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Re: Animation Exercises

Hey I would like some feedback on this test. It doesn't feel right to me but i don't know why. Thank you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0ZRtSy4Aqs

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