Hey folks, Paul here for MOTION MONDAY! (Some new developments have kept Meg and myself from the blog lately, but we’re not gone for good!)
I often stress to students how contrasting fast and slow motion can make animation more dynamic. This post from last year emphasized how timing can make gravity more believable, but the principle isn’t limited to physics; as seen with the orbs above, contrasting speeds can add visual interest to animation regardless of whether it needs a sense of weight.
For anyone practicing animation, I hope you’ll keep this in mind–experiment with juxtaposing fast and slow motion to make your work more dynamic.
Guess who’s doing another animation? This animation last 8 seconds. And yes. I want to make it “full”, from cleaning to final effects.
I will record the time it will take to clean this up, add color and everything… I’ll pause the timer whenever I take breaks or get distracted or other stuff non-related to complete this animation. I’ll do like the last one, I’ll be reblogging this post with the new previews for you to watch how the animation’s coming along.
For the Mother Day, Bud and Lou takes their mum on tour! (In France, it’s today)
I should totally work on my school diploma, but I just really needed to animate some cute Harley Quinn!
Btw, I just download a new tumblr functionality who helps me to see the tags that you guys put on my work, and I never realized how many cute messages were hidden there! So much love and funny jokes that I can see now! <3
I CAN’T BELIEVE IT, BUT IT HAPPENED: I hit 1,000 followers today!! 💖 It feels even more special that I’ve hit 1k on the last day of the year, so I just wanted to give a little shout out to some of my amazing mutuals and friends I’ve made over this year. I also wanted to thank EVERY SINGLE FOLLOWER I’VE EVER GOTTEN! From my first ever follower to the ones who followed me this week, I love and appreciate you so much. (’: I hope each and every one of you know how much I genuinely care and enjoy seeing you on my dash, messages, and ask box. Thank you for making me feel at home here!
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