The Twelve Principles of Animation: Animation

The Animation below is a display of several of principles of animation.

The first Principle the animation displays is Timing which helps create the feel of motion within the animation due to all the frames used within the animation. The next Principle displayed within this animation is the Principle of 3D Solid Objects, this is done by the actual box that moves throughout the animation, this is done effectively due to the fact that I took into account of the weight differences as well as the height of the object. The next Principle displayed within this animation is Slow In and Slow Out, this is shown by the speed change of the box within the animation and it done well but might need some tweaking within the speed change but apart from that it is noticeable. The next Principle displayed is Secondary Action which is displayed by the Box within the animation changing colour every time it is placed on it’s faces. All these principles are displayed effectively within the animation.

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