Most of us are taught anatomy in at least one class in school (mostly before the frog dissection). Out comes the plastic skeleton on his rickety little trolley base, grinning from ear to ear. But we never really truly remember (or use) the information. We never understand the true nature of basic human anatomy when we sit down to animate. Animators tend […]
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The body is interesting, even in a resting state, as the body doesn’t ever truly stop. There are always subtle movements: shifts of weight, breathing, the unconscious balancing act, conscious feedback of where our limbs are at any given moment, blinking, and thought. What about movement and locomotion? In order to move, the body has to go from a rested […]