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12 Basic Principles of Animation

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Billy Navongsak

on 15 October 2012

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12 Basic Principles of Animation
Squash and Stretch The most important principle Squash and stretching gives animation a sense of weight and flexibility to drawn objects. The most important aspect of this principle is the fact that an object's volume does not change when squashed or stretched.
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