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Sarah Steele
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Comics Artist, Movie Designer, Storyboard Artist, Writer, and Lover of All Things Literary, Cinematic, and Linguistic.
Comics Artist, Movie Designer, Storyboard Artist, Writer, and Lover of All Things Literary, Cinematic, and Linguistic.

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Acting Through Hands
Acting through hands is important. They should never be limp. They always have an energy to them.  When drawing hands, especially for animation, you should always focus on drawing the expression or action and making it super clear, rather than the anatomy--...

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A Great New Animation Blog
A great new animation blog I discovered: https://onanimation.com/

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Visual Storytelling
After a long time of soul searching, I finally found my niche, which was kinda my niche all along... visual storytelling. I really want to go forward and focus on animation (I love 2D and stop motion, but I'm learning to love 3D as well--I am strongest in 2...

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Medieval Cat Drawings... Disturbing, Yet Awesome
Just discovered medieval cat art. It's terrifying, beautiful, disturbing, and I love it. Source: http://www.medievalists.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/medieval-cats.jpg Source: http://vintageprintable.swivelchairmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Medieva...

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Bird Boards
I'm working on a new set of boards based on the script below that I grabbed from notalwaysright.com , a site about funny customer stories. This is my first go at the boards. Keep in mind that I will rework these a few more times. If you have any critiques, ...

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A Study in Breaking Up Movements
I was shown this animation blog post about breaking up movements in animation. This animator drew over a Disney gif and mapped where a few body parts hit to look at spacing and arcs. I enjoyed the post so much that I did my own. Like my last GIF exercise, t...

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A Study in Breaking Up Movements
I was shown this animation blog post about breaking up movements in animation. This animator drew over a Disney gif and mapped where a few body parts hit to look at spacing and arcs. I enjoyed the post so much that I did my own. Like my last GIF exercise, t...

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My First GIF!
I made my first GIF tonight from an animation exercise I did. I found this animation master exercise where you find an animated GIF and animate over it with basic lines. That way you get the feel of the animation without getting sucked into detail. I just d...
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