Tonko Tip: How to Come up with Ideas for Animation by Tom Law (#007)

Tonko Tip: How to Come up with Ideas for Animation by Tom Law (#007)


How to come up with ideas for animation Hi my name is Tom.
I’m an animator and this is Tonko tip. One question that really stood out was about What is one’s process for coming up with ideas for animation and how do you know if it’s
working or not one advice that been really helpful is just knowing that Every idea just comes from very little fleeting bits of inspiration what I tried to do is just try to create a mental note or draw stick figures or
write down unfunny jokes of just anything that sort comes to my mind that I feel maybe could inspire interest in me I think that just helps anyone in
general is just starting simple and then building out and knowing whether or not
something is working or not is are you actually still feeling motivated to
build off of this idea and that’s it if you have any other questions be sure to
comment below and be sure to subscribe thank you

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9 Replies to “Tonko Tip: How to Come up with Ideas for Animation by Tom Law (#007)”

  1. Really like these videos, thanks for them!

    What books, videos would the tonko team recommend an aspiring animator (hand drawn animation) to go through to gain a better understanding of the technical process behind creating an animated short

  2. Hi guys, following Lia's tips, she said we should make drawing, drawing and drawing as our habit, and then Stephanie added in the comment section, that we should also study our favorites artist works too. And it also makes sense to me.

    So could you guys make a tip (or tips 😉) on how to study other/our favorites artist works?
    In terms of their style choice, color choice, composition choice, and storytelling of course.

    Thank you in advance, guys. 🙂

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