For all my prattling on, I think its the resource section that really makes the ARC unique, so I love being able to add new goodies to it. Today I have a whole swag of great ones from some of the Arc's heavyweights.
The folk at Animation Physics actually emailed me to let me know they had a new document on the physics of balance up. How cool it that! (Body Mechanics Section)
Spline Doctors have just put up an excellent post about the importance of getting on with your decisions when animating. (Planning Section)
Victor Navone has a great new post on animating eyebrows up, I particularly likes the list of common eyebrow behaviours. (Character - Acting Section)
Carlos Baena has uploaded an excellent case study on how he plans a scene. (Planning Section)
Kieth Lango has uploaded a great little video tutorial on how to get rid of unruly twisting in your 3D animation. (Maya Tutorials Section)
Another great one from Kieth about choosing the right time to offset keys. (Drag and Overlap Section)
The tricks and tips blog poses a real problem for a cataloger of handy Internet animation knowledge like myself. There is so much good stuff there that I just can't keep up. Its all good, go there often, read it all..... Go on!
Isn't the internet grand? :)