Friday, January 27, 2017

10.Animation-Moving Holds

A moving hold in animation means that a character freezes or moves very slightly in a particular pose for whatever length of time that you have set for it. Moving holds are used often in animation to help break up the movement, and to add to an emotion a character is trying to compose. Moving holds should be used sparingly though, and a point in the animation where it is needed. If there are too many moving holds it can give the animation a stop and go feel.


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