There are some principles of animation that can be consciously used in any scene. We should familiarize ourselves with them for both animation and animation-cleanup.
To illustrate these principles, I have chosen a supposedly simple scene. When the scene is analyzed, it is apparent how far one may go in using these principles.
The action in this scene is quite broad, making the principles easy to find, but they should be applied to subtle scenes also. Rarely in a picture is a character doing nothing- absolutely nothing. Snow White and Sleeping Beauty spend a short time in complete inactivity, but even then certain of these principles were used.
The use of held drawings and moving holds can be very effective, but only if they contain the vitality of an action drawing. Again, the use of these principles makes that possible.
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Often times animators and storyboarders in the industry are able to get handouts from some of the artists who are great teachers. This is an example of such kind of handout that gets circulated among the gradually. It took me a while to retype and scan the images from this handout. Please do not reproduce this on the internet without permission. (If you want to print it out and give it to another animated student, however, PLEASE do!) The entire article from here on is by Walt Stanchfield (sp? Were on the original hand-written article.
This is a wonderful article for not only beginners but also for practiced animators.
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