After countless people asking me how it is I animate my creations, I now present this (long overdue) tutorial that I hope can answer some, if not all of your questions about what I keep in mind when animating.
I tried to keep it very general and follow a loose flow of how I make my animations, however I know there's some things I simply glossed over or didn't even mention, which I did so as to not get too technical with things. These are rules I try to follow in EVERYTHING I animate, no matter what it is or what I'm working in, so I wanted to try and show those rules in this tutorial.
If you have ANY questions at all, or are confused by something in the tutorial, please feel free to ask me and I'll do my best to answer your questions.
Also, if you happen to have any tips on how I could make this tutorial better, please let me know. I want to try and make this a useful, easy to use reference, so if you have any ideas on how I could do that please sound them out. I already know this could be more useful with a Table of Contents, but when it comes to topics to cover I could go in a whole bunch of different directions.
With that said, I'm gonna go get some sleep now...