"There is nothing harder to do in animation than nothing. Movement is our medium" said the prominent animator Milt Kahl, who brought to life characters such as Peter Pan, Shere Khan or Madame Medusa. In this course, "Principles of animation", Nilab uncovers the basics of this wonderful technique that has captured our hearts at certain points of our lives, maybe when we were young watching Walt Disney's films or as grown ups with films like The dam keeper. You will learn about the concepts of "squash and stretch", "arcs" or "anticipation" for example, giving you the necessary skills to bring your wildest ideas to the big screen. So have you ever wanted to go a step further with your art? Then why not give animation a try?

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