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Following Sheana's example, here's a thread where I'll post quick little animations I've done. Here's one of a ball bouncing that I did with my wacom (the reason why it's so crappy) in Plastic Animation Paper
. I have a light box too, but it just isn't very convenient to use. So I prefer to stick with my wacom for now, despite the fact that I can't draw consistently with it, which is very bad for animation especially.
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It's strangely hypnotic...
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The ball changes size a bit too much near the top of the bounce, but it moves smoothly and the squash & stretch of the bounce itself is good.
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I concur with Sheana, The ball gets smaller as it gets closer to the floor, other than that, Good.
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