Exercise #3 Animate an Head Take

If you watched the Lesson 07 you should have enough knowledgment of the principle of Squash & Stretch to create this simple basic exercise. You can follow the Tutorial 06 where I show how to animate two variations of head takes: one soft and an other more cartoony! 😉

Exercise #2 Animate a Character Turn

This exercise is connected to the Lesson 05 where I explain the principles TIMING and SPACING and the Tutorial 05  where I show how to animate two different turns with different timing: a Fast Turn and a Slow Turn! 😉

This exercise is perfect for BEGINNERS, you can learn how to manage Timing and Spacing on your character shot and also start to became familiar with character rig, facial expression and a bit of acting!

In this Tutorial I used this lovely Rig “Alya” by Eyad Hussein https://eyad.tv/home/ It’s really a great rig and I suggest you to check it when will be availabe (you have to wait the first quarter of 2017 :P). But you can fill the pre-registration form on this link and you will receive an email once the rig is ready for download https://eyad.tv/home/alya_pre_registr…Alya

You can add a link to your exercise in the comments to receive my feedback 😉

Exercise #1 Create a Bouncing Ball

This exercise is connected to the Lesson 05 where I explain the principles TIMING and SPACING and the Tutorial 04  where I show how to create a Bouncing Ball Animation! 😉

This exercise is perfect for BEGINNERS, is very used in the animation world (is one of the first exercise you will find in any book, course or animation school)  because is perfect to learn the bases of Timing and Spacing!

You can add a link to your exercise in the comment to receive my feedback 😉