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Principle 1: Squash and stretch

Principle 1: Squash and stretch: 12 Principles of Animation for CG Animators
Principle 1: Squash and stretch: 12 Principles of Animation for CG Animators

Squash & Stretch is the first Principle of Animation. All things react to forces applied to them, sometimes squashing on impact, or stretching when lifting off. We'll study bouncing balls and understand how the early animators took these observations and applied it to their animation. Plus we'll see why animation looks worst without any Squash & Stretch!

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