hey Bharathi,This communicates very clearly - but it's very important that, in animation terms, you consider secondary movement, squash and stretch etc - and exaggeration; imagine that your christmas tree is in fact made of very elastic rubber - so that when it prepares to jump, it flattens all the way down like a spring, and then becomes long and stretched as it takes off - don't be afraid to make the action big and rubbery - your idea demands that kind of artistic license... Think too, how the tip of the tree would 'follow after' the main movement of the tree - likewise the tips of its branches - it will be this kind of attention to detail that will really bring your christmas tree to life!
Please forgive the awfulness of this link - BUT - I do think it will help you to get some music going on, by which to help define your timings...I did warn you... :-)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibdZwMDykbc
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