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The Treasure Map in Animation

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The Treasure Map in Animation

Postby abarba » Wed Oct 31, 2012 6:58 pm

Hi buddies,

Weeks ago I wrote a post about Inspiration, Mind Process, Preparation and Psychology of a good planning before creating a shot. Highly recommended for ANIMATORS.

As animators, both in life and projects in which we are involved, many times we wonder ourselves what’s the best path to go through, what decisions to make, and especially how to manage them in order to achieve the fruits that we desire so much.

When a shot is delivered to us and we start imagining how we would like it to be, we think about these questions. And always the uncertainty invades us about how we will get what we intend. This uncertainty, along with other external aspects that influence us, and specially the attitude with which we will take those decisions, determines the final result of our animation [...]


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