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In this video we will continue to work on the scene we started on Day 10.
Let me first give a massive shout-out to Matt Naboshek, the amazing designer / illustrator / buddy who drew the cute Boston Terrier I used for this video. The dog’s name is Steadman, and you can find him on Matt’s website and Zazzle store:
When you are animating, it is extremely helpful to use some basic principles to guide the motion you create. You won’t have to think as hard about how to make your stuff look good, and you will have a system in place to work efficiently. Today we will talk about follow-through, also called overlapping animation. If you haven’t seen the previous video on this topic, check it out when you get a chance:
I’ll also show you an expression which can give you automatic follow-through in a lot of cases. Pretty handy!
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