I think this is self explanatory hah, not being used but was fun to make :)
5 months ago
could be a cool loader for a cat app :)
I hope you understand that now it's your obligation to design a cat app, @Pedja Rusic. :P
@Stephen Revesz defenitly...
Very cool, my cat would love it....
Squash and stretch - You're squashing the ball on bounce, but it doesn't get wider, which makes it look off. If you squash something in one axis, it'll expand along the others. Stretching the ball after the bounce as it leaves the floor will give it more dynamism, too.
You're stopping rotation on bounce, which, coupled with the quick rate of rotation, looks really odd (not in a stylised way). You could be really dope here and have the squash and stretch along the ball's direction of velocity, to make it look like it's bouncing forward rather than in one spot.
+1 for cat app.
@Glynn Smith can you make it to show us ?
@BEΔSTY DESIGN No need :)
Squash and stretch is one of the first things you'll learn in any animation class, so it's widely covered: http://www.luisescobarblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/ball-bouncing.jpg
Can also be applied to characters and other things: https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse459/12au/exercises/images/animation_principles/rw_jump_poses.jpg
@Glynn Smith ;)
Cat app!! :D
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