Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop

Exaggeration - Part 2

A course by Numecaniq
Graphic designer. Ciudad de México, Mexico.
On Domestika since 02/11/2016
, Graphic designer

Learn the 12 principles of animation frame by frame and bring your stories to life

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About the video: Exaggeration - Part 2

Summary

“In this lesson we will continue to see how the principle of exaggeration works.”

In this video lesson Numecaniq addresses the topic: Exaggeration - Part 2, which is part of the Domestika online course: Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop. Learn the 12 principles of animation frame by frame and bring your stories to life.

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Course summary: Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop

  • Level: Beginner
  • 100% Positive reviews (143)
  • 3499 students
  • 4 Units
  • 24 Lessons (4h 48m)
  • 5 downloads
  • Category

    3D & Animation
  • Software

    Adobe Photoshop
  • Areas

    Animation

Numecaniq

A course by Numecaniq

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Graphic designer

Rodrigo Miguel, better known as Numecaniq, is a designer and animator specialized in 2D technique, frame by frame. To his training in the creative field we must add the philosophy studies he carried out at the UNAM.

His work has traveled around the world and has collaborated with brands and companies such as Adobe, MTV, Adult Swim, Warner, Amazon or Spotify, among others. In addition, he has participated in international festivals such as Pictoplasma in Berlin or the BDA awards in New York.


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Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop. A 3D, and Animation course by Numecaniq

Introduction to Traditional Animation with Photoshop

A course by Numecaniq
Graphic designer. Ciudad de México, Mexico.
On Domestika since 02/11/2016
  • 100% Positive reviews (143)
  • 3499 students