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    Senior Member Dildo Babies's Avatar
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    What causes an animation to be failed?

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    Re: What causes an animation to be failed?

    well if the animators dont like what they put up... or the animation is literally about a fail or finished after a due dat... idk stuff like that


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    Re: What causes an animation to be failed?

    I think a failed animation is when the animator has run into a certain group of frames he or she may dislike and tries to helplessly fix them but ends up making it worse.

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    Re: What causes an animation to be failed?

    ffs, this isn't a debate.
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    Re: What causes an animation to be failed?

    Sniper is right, really. This isn't so much a debatable topic as a question. There's no point of contention; everyone basically agrees that an animation fails at the discretion of the person who created it. There isn't a debate here, though I do see where you were coming from.
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