The anticipation

This is an exercise submission on the exercise Anticipation with Motion Graphics

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    Wayne Dixon (waylow)

    Nice one Sickelo,

    Here's a couple notes to help you push your skills further.

    Translation:
    -OK so with this one, you need to slow in and out of the change of directions. You are hitting the extreme then popping down to a second extreme super fast and then to the final destination. It feels like it 'clicks' into place rather than being nice and smooth.
    Think of it more like a rubber band - if you know what I mean.
    -You also have some rouge rotation on the first overshoot.

    Scale/Rotation:
    -You can slow in more on the antic for the rotation. It looks like the scale slows in, but the rotation keeps travelling in a more linear fashion. If they were married together this would be nicer.
    -Keep it accelerating towards the end. (especially the rotation). This will make it heaps more fun in the ending.

    But great stuff - keep it up.