CLASSICAL ANIMATION bouncing ball exercise
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CLASSICAL ANIMATIONbouncing ball exerciseSec 1 AEP Term 3CONTENTSTimingExaggerationSquash and StretchArcs
ExerciseTIMINGMost fundamental aspect of animation
How long does it take for an action to occur?
Can be stylized or naturalistic
TIMING NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION1st Law* Actual definition: An object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it.
TIMING NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION2nd Law
TIMING NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION3rd LawEXAGGERATIONRemaining true to reality
But presenting it in a more extreme form
To make animation more dynamic
SQUASH & STRETCHCreate sense of weight
Important: Volume does not change during squash/stretch.
Squash/stretch can be applied to all kinds of forms
Ping Pong Ball Bounce
Arcs can be found everywhere!BOUNCING BALLEXERCISE
20% T3 Grade
Golf Ball Bounce
Always refer back to this!
ANIMATION EXERCISE 2 BOUNCING BALL
http://www.angryanimator.com/word/tutorials/ TO DO:At least 3 seconds of animation
Think about how much time each action takes
Properly utilize all the space available on the paper
Think of bg, design, other objects etc.
Number your frames to keep them organized
Write your name on the back of last sheet of paper