Sequencing of animation design, Computer Graphics

Sequencing of Animation Design

Previously we have discussed many things regarding the traditional and current trends of computer created animation although now it is time to practically discuss the needed sequencing of animation steps that works behind the scenes of any of animation. This sequencing is a typical approach, for cartoons animation and can be applied to the other animation applications too.

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