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  1. thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you

  2. My main criticism of this video is it portrays rubber hose style art. If I were to take these principles and apply them to muscular characters with joints, it would look differently. Take Spawn: The Animated Series for example. Is there a guide on YouTube to direct that kind of animation with much more complicated anatomy? A lot of these are across-the-board principles of course, but where do I find information on animating characters with life-like anatomy doing unconventional poses that don't look too “cartoony” without using references?

  3. Frenzied Unicorn Productions on

    I am not even animating myself, but instead just constantly editing animations one way or the other, so this was INCREDIBLY helpful nonetheless. Mindblowing Video. Really well done.

  4. Alan, your talent is mind-blowing! Have you ever considered to make your own short films? I mean with your drawing animations.

    It is really good!

  5. boii game of games on

    I cannot process this much information you should make each video on each principal of animation and make it easy shortcuts in the video and give more information on each video

  6. ꧁♡︎Kitty queen imagination Morehu♡︎꧂ on

    To make the word “Squash & stretch” shorter, you can also call it a “smear”

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