Sunday, 12 June 2011


I found Michael Sporn's blog the other day, which is really really great because it has loads of frame by frame shots from classic animations. I was looking to take some key drawings, and inbetween them myself, so I can hopefully learn what was going on in the mind of the animator, and improve my technique! Immediately as I saw it, I wanted to do this shot, of Medusa from "The Rescuers", animated here by the great Milt Kahl. So I printed off some of the keys, copied them, and started inbetweening. I only had Milt's keys up to about the 50 frame mark printed off, so I began adding my own.
Anyway, it would be good to get some feedback..


jriggity said...

Dang dood! not bad at all...

you can learn tons by studying the classics.


Jeff Lafferty said...

Looks good!