Finally put these together. These are almost all of the assignments I turned in for my Animation Assisting (AKA Classical Animation Techniques) class this past semester.
These are the final, clean versions of the animations; each animation went from keyframes (which we were given by the instructor) to roughs, to cleaned up. It was SO MUCH WORK YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE IT!!!
For the roughs, we had to make sure everything was as perfect as we could make it, nothing should be shifting around or growing or shrinking (unless that's what it was supposed to do) there was a lot of shift-and-trace involved to keep the masses from misbehaving.
For the clean-up, each frame had to be lined using .5 and .3 mm mechanical pencils. Line weight had to be consistent in each frame, and we all used eraser shields when erasing to protect the work already done. It was intense, I tell you.