The Five Fundamentals of Game Animation: An Introduction

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The 12 Principles of animation are the foundation for good animation, but video games have their own set of fundamentals separate from linear film and TV animation. Let’s look at them!

Thanks to Jonathan Cooper and his book “GAME ANIM: VIDEO GAME ANIMATION EXPLAINED” for helping me with this video. You can follow him on Twitter @GameAnim

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