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    Nev
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    Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    #1 - Power Throw: viewtopic.php?p=298819#298819
    #2 - Heavy Object: viewtopic.php?t=19995&start=0
    #3 - Gunnery-ness: viewtopic.php?t=20363&start=0
    #4 - Liquid: viewtopic.php?t=20929&start=0
    #5 - Weapon Weilding: viewtopic.php?t=21238
    #6 - Windy: viewtopic.php?t=21708
    #7 - Balance: viewtopic.php?p=344327#344327
    #8 - Gravitational Experimentation: viewtopic.php?t=23642
    #9 - Transforming: viewtopic.php?t=24297
    #10 - Ragdoll Physics: viewtopic.php?t=25017
    #11 - Elastic: http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?t=25895
    #12 - Blobs: viewtopic.php?t=26223
    #13 - Smoke: viewtopic.php?t=27426
    #14 - Invisibility: viewtopic.php?t=28576
    #15 - Invincibility: viewtopic.php?t=31190
    #16 - Lasers: viewtopic.php?t=32768
    #17 - 3 Dimensional Animating: viewtopic.php?t=33859
    #18 - Sports: viewtopic.php?f=61&t=34863&start=0
    #19 - Stick expensions: viewtopic.php?f=61&t=37724&start=0
    #20 - Dynamic camera: viewtopic.php?f=61&t=38845
    #21 - Nature: viewtopic.php?f=61&t=40385
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    Just make any animal (your own stick would help add to the difficulty) and animate it :P
    And creativity is a must. Try anything! A giant squid, a monkey, or even a fish. It's all good.

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    Here's Mine. First Water. FIRST POST YA!


    All stks by me. I think i got the hang of water, i'm gonna animate a whale.!

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    Gah, I did animals in the Nature PP.
    I might try animate a jellyfish, as it will be challenging and original.
    I shall start animating it now.
    - FD

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    Lol, so many hard and challenging ideas, ill cook something up soon.

    Well i've been procrastinating. Good thing this is the freestyle thread.
    It's a monkey
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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    Man, I wanna animate this one badly. I have a great idea but I'm not on my computer that has Pivot. I'll probably make it in about a couple of hours once I get home.
    Quote Originally Posted by Leonardo Da Vinci
    "Our life is made by the deaths of others."

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals


    I didnt make the elephant and i didnt make this for the PPbut i still love it ^^

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals


    Hey at least I'm contributing
    Love my little dog stick!
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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    Quote Originally Posted by Aerial
    Gah, I did animals in the Nature PP.
    I might try animate a jellyfish, as it will be challenging and original.
    I shall start animating it now.
    - FD

    DAMN U I WAS/AM GOING TO DO THAT. lol.

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    After re-finding these Pivot Practices - I have to say I'm getting really pissed off, and I'm not even making them anymore.
    Keep your shitty insignificant comments to yourself - Pefect example is Grim above.
    This is about practicing animating - a small way to keep that animating fire alive in you - and not a place to bitch about what's fullbody, or what's nature, or anything else that negates the point of these PPs.
    And it also isn't necessary to say "I'm in". Seriously, what is the point of it? Especially seeing as over half that say it never enter anyway.

    Keep the posts to new animations or CONSTRUCTIVE comments on the animations already posted. Here, I'll demonstrate - It's not hard:

    Last PP - Nature:
    Aerial - Loved the cat/bird cleaning itself. That felt very natural. Really nice job on that.
    Plan B - Extremely ambitious animating a wave, especially in Pivot. What I saw was done very well.
    elmo - Beautiful seasonal change with a quirky end t make it loop. Very nice to watch, and very creative.
    enzo - Incredible leaf drip. You really captured the motion of a drop of water falling onto a leaf and then rolling off really nicely. Well done.

    This PP - Animals:
    Noo - Nice replication of a fish there. It came across quite realistic, while still retaining that appealing cartoony feeling. Nice work.
    Legos - Good dog stick, and the tail wagging was smoothly done. The walk seemed a bit too quick, and the abrupt stop seemed unnatural - but the stick itself is great.

    See guys? Not hard.

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    Re: Pivot Practice # 22 : Animals

    I maded a chicken =D
    And made a short, rushed animation about my chicken. It's hard to animate...
    [img]http://**********.com/img/1212194567.gif[/img]


 
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