Imagine a squirrel, running across your lawn. The movement of the squirrel’s spry legs (considered the primary action) would be animated to express the light, nimble nature of his gate. The agile, undulating movement of the squirrel’s tail –
considered the secondary action – would have a separate and slightly different type of movement than his legs. The squirrel’s tail is an example of secondary action – an animation principle that governs movement that supports a primary
action of an animation sequence without distracting from it. #animation
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