A lot of people are confused about how squash-and-stretch works in animation. It’s very simple! They are just exaggerated frames in-between the “alpha frames” that makes very subtle enhancements to the animation, thus creating the beautiful flowing movement in the animated gif we see above. This technique was perfected by Glenjamin Keen Disney
THERE WEREN’T ANY STRETCHES THERE
Awesome demo given by Glen Keane on some of the more difficult characters he’s had to draw.
“The Rescuers” 1977
By Milt Kahl.
No sound. But honestly, you don’t need any.
This was a big deal once.
Look at the CG animation on hair now:
i have been staring at this for like ten minutes looking at all the little details
like how her fingers curl just a tiny bit after she looks
and the way the light changes on her dress
and just ;aldkfnab;efka beautiful animation