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Animation study - Week Three

Mon Sep 15, 2014, 8:43 AM


Well... I'm kind'a relunctant after last week didn't turn out too great, but I might as well try, I guess. Maybe I can merge a few things from last week and this week, like, try to figure out more solid drawing stuff while fooling with Slow in's and out's. ...possible. Maybe. I probably should've thought about how I'd respond to putting the principle I least understood first.

So, this week has something to do with a character's or object's movement. Like how something falling from a tall building will accelerate as it falls, something moving on paper will often start out slow and increase in speed, and/or decrease in speed at the end.

Week 3: Slow in and out
    Study and understand this principle.
    Create one animation that uses a slow in, one animation that uses a slow out, and one animation that uses both.
    Tell why each one was chosen for each animation. How would each animation look without the slow in and/or out? Remove them and explain what happens.

(the schedule: sta.sh/0lwe662dsow)

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AsjJohnson
Asj
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Current Residence: USA
Favourite style of art: anime
Operating System: Windows XP
Favourite cartoon character: (anime) Seto Kaiba and Edward Elric
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How do you like your Aladdin villains? 

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4 deviants said I like to see them as either awesomely evil or good. Both/either.
33%
3 deviants said Bad. Draw them awesomely evil and powerful.
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1 deviant said What if you draw them dying or facing death? I like grusome stuff.
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1 deviant said It depends on the villain. I like X as good, but Y as evil. (comment?)
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No deviants said Good. Draw them in a human/good way. Awww, so cute.
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No deviants said Draw them with their butt being kicked. ...what? I like seeing my favorite villain being defeated.
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No deviants said Other. (comment?)

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UszatyArbuz Featured By Owner 2 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
(Extra late) thanks for faving my Donate widget customizing tutorial! Have a wonderful day pullmonaria by mintyy
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kuabci Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Filmographer
Thanks ever so for the Favourite.
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LaughButts Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
8D Who is the person in your avatar?
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xxdraxx Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014  Student Artist
Hey~~

Just wanted to thank you for the fave!

Also, since I'm currently focusing on music, I was wondering if you'd be interested in supporting me in that endeavor of mine?

If you are, I can link you to where you can find that stuff!
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DubyaScott Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014   General Artist
Thanks for faving Time Machine.
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