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Exploring Animation Principles in 3ds Max: Anticipation
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Released Feb 1, 2011
Delano Athias

Pluralsight

Delano Athias
In this collection of lessons we will learn about the Animation Principle of Anticipation. This course will delve in the animation principle of Anticipation in 3ds Max. Without anticipation, a viewer can totally miss what we are trying to communicate through our characters. So in this course, we cover a few examples of when and how to add this essential component, and, by the end, you will be more knowledgeable of anticipation, which will, in turn, improve your ability as an animator as you use this principle to make sure all actions are clearly conveyed.
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Introduction and Project Overview
1

Introduction and Project Overview

 
00:51
Understanding Anticipation
2

Understanding Anticipation

 
07:55
Anticipation for subtle actions
3

Anticipation for subtle actions

 
04:09
Contrasting Anticipation
4

Contrasting Anticipation

 
07:41
Refining our contrast anticipation
5

Refining our contrast anticipation

 
11:12
Finishing the exercise
6

Finishing the exercise

 
10:05