I have no idea..=\
I'm starting into animation...completely lost but this is what i've done.
its looking good so far.
if you would like some reference, i would recommend the book The Animator's Survival Kit by Richard Williams. it goes through about key frames, timing etc etc that animators need to know.
another good reference is playing an animation that you like (dvd or quicktime video) and do a frame step of your favorite scenes. QuickTime is great with this cause you can have it on pause and just use your arrow keys to see how the action has been animated and timed.
hope this helps
yeah animation is fascinating stuff!
i just got home with my Richard Williams survival kit, im stoked!
keep em coming thabisomhlaba.