You’re in a session and your character (a young hedgehog dressed as a princess) is walking on a path when they find a box, which turns out to be full of slime, but there is a beautiful ring in the slime, so you get it out, put it on, but it starts to burn your hand and you can’t take it off. The non-verbal emote string requested from the director is complex: Idle humming, Surprise, quizzical, thoughtful, chuckle of anticipation, effort, disgust, surprise, retching, satisfaction, surprise, concern, pain, burn, panic… Now what do you do? In this fun, high octane animation and video games workshop, Stephane Cornicard will guide you through emoting truthfully in any genre, from kitchen sink realism to pre-school cartoons, and in particular study emote strings (Cartoons, Animations & Gaming). Work on the mic and practice emoting directly to animation videos as you would in studio! Bring your best noises!