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:squashnstretch: by deviantdash :squashnstretch: by deviantdash
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This is the first and most important principle of the classic animation. All 12 principles were invented by the leading Disney animators from the 1930s in their efforts to produce more realistic movements.

The purpose of "squash and stretch" is to convey a sense of weight and flexibility. It can be applied to simple objects, like a bouncing ball, or more complex constructions, like the musculature of a human face. In realistic animation, however, the most important aspect of this principle is the fact that an object's volume does not change when squashed or stretched.

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Frame count -- 146
Color count -- 25
Time -- 15 x Monsters Inc. OST
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:squashnstretch: by *deviantdash is a fine example of the squash and stretch effect with flawless animation and a very cute character. ( Featured by Synfull )
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CutieDesigns Dec 21, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Soooooo cute. I love his micky mouse hat.
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:iconcrimeandoodler:
This has a TON of personality. So cute.
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:iconzortcrum:
Soooooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!
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:iconzortcrum:
I dont understand how anyone can dislike it. Unless they don't understand it.
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Rachael-Lee Aug 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I know this is old, but I would LOVE for you to finish out the rest of the principles.
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SergiLove Feb 12, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
❤‿❤ D-a-z-z-l-i-n-g~!
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Great work, thx
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:iconwisekidk:
This has to be one of the most finished and well done emotes I've seen.

You have very nice shading, great pixeling, style, and fantastic animation. I like the fact that you even added shading to the eyes, and the hat makes it even more relate-able for what this emote stands for.

The only thing that I suggest is that you add a smile. He looks very glum :noes:
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