Sunday, 12 June 2011

Medusa

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..

video

2 comments:

jriggity said...

Dang dood! not bad at all...

you can learn tons by studying the classics.

jriggity

Jeff Lafferty said...

Looks good!
Jeff