Using overlap and follow-through


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Using overlap and follow-through

Now it's time for some concepts that I know can be a little bit confusing because they're a little gray, overlap and follow through, with a little bit of opposing actions thrown in and a bit of drag. So, let's look at this and how you build up a scene, because if you go in with a finished product you'll go, I don't know how he did that. So what I've done is created a very simple character; this little egg-shaped robot. He has little free-floating arms, so we don't have to worry too much about how they join to the body, and the hat is also a little, you know, helmet that’s floating on his head, so nothing too hideously difficult to actually animate.

So the first scene is super simple. The egg robot just floats in. Overshoots a little bit. And does a bounce. So, let's look at that. And as you can see, let's take a look at the full timeline here. He enters, overshoots, settles. And then from this point he goes into a little anticipation, overshoots, settle. Couldn't b...

Using overlap and follow-through
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Using overlap and follow-through provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dermot O' Connor as part of the 2D Animation Principles

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