Exaggeration – The Tenth Principle | Principles Of Animation

Exaggeration – The Tenth Principle | Principles Of Animation EXAGGERATION – In this topic, we will now discuss and learn the ninth principle of the 12 principles of animation, exaggeration. The 12 principles were introduced by Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas, both of which are Disney animators who wrote this in their book called The Illusion of Life: Disney. […]

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