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Hello, thanks for looking at my animation sketchbook!
Here's some backstory: I started university doing illustration, realised it wasn't for me, and changed to animation halfway through the year. I have never done animation before, but I loved it immediately. Well, because I missed the 'basics' the films I'm producing are sorely lacking. I obviously have some catching up to do... so I've got a pile of books here and I'm planning to work though them.
#1... bouncing ball and a pendulum.
The bouncing ball isn't bad, but the pendulum looks very linear. You need more frames on either side when it nears the top of its swing to slow it down. If you have the Animator's Survival kit, your pendulum should look something like the example on page 50.
Glad to have you in the animation cabal!
The pendulum looks linear but you need to work more on bouncing ball...Bouncing ball is a great concept to work on for every animator...You get to learn a lot from it..So just try to work more on it..Overall good job!
Agree with the pendulum, needs more settle at the apexes.