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Animation 101

By Mike Bauer
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Date Added: 18th October 2011
Software used:
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Introduction

In this tutorial you will learn some of the basic concepts behind animating on a computer.  These principals can be applied regardless of the software package you prefer.  For example, I cover the premise of using interpolation on key frames to achieve various results without altering your main keys; an essential tool in any animator's toolbox. If you can't get the concepts down in this tutorial, hang up your hat for being an animator!  This is where it all begins!

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Video Tutorial

Duration: 33 minutes 34 seconds - File Size: 159 mb

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(ID: 58956, pid: 0) David on Sun, 06 November 2011 3:26pm
90 minutes of tutorial is a long time if u don't know what u're in for. would appreciate an idea/ a breakdown, etc (just saying it involves 'interpolation' isn't enough)
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