Cartoon making with Walter Lantz. — Comedy For Animators

Here is a collection of great behind the scenes videos promoting the Walter Lantz studio and his character Woody Woodpecker. Enjoy. The post Cartoon making with Walter Lantz. 6 more words via Cartoon making with Walter Lantz. — Comedy For Animators

Running Gags: Part One — Comedy For Animators

Running gags are bits of comedy that get repeated throughout a show or series, and derive some of their power from audience familiarity. To qualify as a running gag, it needs to be played out at least three times. 500 more words via Running Gags: Part One — Comedy For Animators

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Running Gags Part Two — Comedy For Animators

I created a part two because the term “running gag” has developed a somewhat broad usage. Originally, I wanted to create a post about comedians reusing old material. 558 more words via Running Gags Part Two — Comedy For Animators

Animated Acting: Gene Wilder — Comedy For Animators

Gene Wilder was a tremendous comic actor. I have assembled a few videos, with some text for animators to add to their understanding of comedy. This first one focuses on Wilder’s mastery of timing. 368 more words via Animated Acting: Gene Wilder — Comedy For Animators

Where Homer Simpson got his “D’oh” — Comedy For Animators

Where did Homer Simpson get his “D’oh!”? I have been reading Mixed Nuts by Lawrence J. Epstein. It’s about comedy teams in America. In a section on Laurel and Hardy, he has this little tidbit: 267 more words via Where Homer Simpson got his “D’oh” — Comedy For Animators

Animated Observations Update #9: What Feels Like the End of the World — Animated Observations

I Hope everyone has been doing well and staying safe. Life has definitely changed dramatically for everyone in the past month, but considering the amount of updates I skipped over the last couple of months, I wanted to make sure everyone knows whats happening with myself. Done with Break Having the month of March to […]… Continue reading Animated Observations Update #9: What Feels Like the End of the World — Animated Observations

I want to be…an Animator ✏️Mention — I Want to be…an Animator

When I started this channel….I just had in mind to create a couple of video tutorials, just for fun and test myself in something new..trying to explain my animation method to others through quick and simple videos demonstrations. I wasn’t sure to be able to do that and I was ready to “delate” the first […]… Continue reading I want to be…an Animator ✏️Mention — I Want to be…an Animator

20 Common Animation Terms #1 — I Want to be…an Animator

First group of 20 COMMON ANIMATION TERMS! Another new series a quick introduction to the most used animation terms you’ll hear in production…so…if you’re new to this world… don’t get caught unprepared! 😛 ACCENTS MODEL SHEET INBETWEEN/TWEENING GHOSTING PLACEHOLDER SETTLE OVERSHOOT ANIMATION LAYER STRAIGHT AHEAD BREAKING JOINTS CYCLE/LOOP FISH EYES (in posing) SAFE ACTION/AREA OVERLAPPING […]… Continue reading 20 Common Animation Terms #1 — I Want to be…an Animator

CHARACTER TURN TIPS — I Want to be…an Animator

CHARACTER TURN TIP#1 👀BLINK! During a turn add a blink or an half blink! We blink every time we turn from side to side so is important to make the character more realistic and alive! TEST⏺: use your phone to film yourself during a turn with the Slo-Mo activated…😉 animation #character #turn #tip CHARACTER TURN […]… Continue reading CHARACTER TURN TIPS — I Want to be…an Animator