Monday, April 2, 2012

Contrast in Performance - Mark Andrews Lecture

I was watching the "Mark Andrews Lecture part II" clip and the 9min 40s mark cracked me up. Great example of putting contrast into your performance!

He starts with repetitive movement, then breaks it up with a slow change, leading the audience into thinking that he might have found what he needed, but then continues on with an unexpected realization that it wasn't what he was looking for.

That change of pace and rhythm is really important to have in your animation as well to avoid repetitive and boring performances.

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