Art of In betweening - Animation Timing Charts

This Stringbing Workshop episode is based on the most asked question of my inbox, how to understand the animation timing chart.

Understanding the timing chart is essential when in betweening your animation. Here’s a video on it!

Today’s episode features guest characters by Thahn Dang.
Check out his work:

If you guys are interested in submitting/donating characters to the workshop to be animated for future sbw content, I’ve posted more info about it on my you-tube channel.  

Ask my muse for a favor:
  • "I need a place to spend the night."
  • "Can I come over and use your shower?"
  • "I need you to buy me a pregnancy test."
  • "Will you come bail me out of jail?"
  • "My basement flooded, wanna lend me a hand cleaning up?"
  • "Can you come over and help me study for this test?"
  • "Pick me up something to eat on your way over?"
  • "I need a ride to work tomorrow."
  • "Help me clean my house?"
  • "Can you watch my dog for me this weekend?"
  • "Do you have a jacket I can borrow?
  • "I need some condoms and a leaf-blower, can you bring them over ASAP?"
  • "I need you to be my date this Friday night."
  • "Can you come pick me up?"
  • "Lend me $500?"
  • "Can I borrow your car?"