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Animation Part 3

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  • 1. Animation Part 3
  • 2. Emotions andExpressions Expressions are universal.Scientists who study expressions have established these sevenuniversal expressions. ● Sadness ● Happiness ● Surprise ● Fear ● Disgust ● Contempt ● AngerIt is important for every animator to know what they look like andwhat characteristics make them unique.
  • 3. Sadness ● Corners of the mouth lower ● Inner portion of brows raise.
  • 4. Happiness ● Mouth corners raise ● Lower eyelid raises ● Corners of the eyes wrinkle
  • 5. Surprise ● Eyebrows raise ● Eyes widen ● Mouth opens
  • 6. Fear ● Eyebrows raised and pulled together ● Raised upper eyelids ● Tensed lower eyelids ● Lips stretched horizontally
  • 7. Disgust ● Nose wrinkles ● Upper lip raises ● Eyebrows pull together
  • 8. Contempt ● Lip corner tightened and raised on only one side of the face.
  • 9. Anger ● Eyebrows lower and pull together ● Eyes glare ● Lips narrow