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02 February 2003, 08:43 AM
i was wondering if anyone knew of walk cycles and anything of that area for references when doing cartoon animation. thanks! :D
02 February 2003, 02:03 PM
There are a lot of below-average walk cycles to be found on the web. A great cartoon animation resource is Richard Williams' The Animators Survival Kit. Best $20 you can spend on a cartoon animation resource. All the technical stuff is boiled down into easy-to-follow samples in a comic book-ish format.
02 February 2003, 12:50 AM
Basically 2D animation is like 3D animation :)
DainBramaged is right the "The Animators Survival Kit" is an awesome animation book :)
Most of the pictures are 2D anyway. That book contains more than 50 pages just based on walk cycles.
02 February 2003, 02:34 AM
thx for the replies. :beer:
02 February 2003, 07:47 PM
These two sites have great animation references (both are 2-d).
The toon institute is a professors site at my school (he is one of the best animation prof. here).
03 March 2003, 06:32 AM
TY!!!!!! i was lookin' for that and i couldn't think of where it was for the life of me. thanks. oh and your professor is a genius :]
wow and that second link is amazin' thanks 'gain
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