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    STD Physics Tutorial

    [centerkwju9gh]STD Tutorial[/centerkwju9gh]
    [centerkwju9gh]catch your eye much[/centerkwju9gh]

    First of all this disclaimer:

    [centerkwju9gh]I am a begginner, I do need to work on my animations. I don't give a fuck if you dis em.[/centerkwju9gh]

    Hubble's Law: STD basically suppossed to be set out like this


    Like my writing?

    Anyway STD means

    Speed = Distance x Time
    Distance = Speed / Time
    Time = Speed / Distance

    So when you save an animation as .gif like we always do and you save it as the frame rate 6 or 7 or what ever you want.

    Example
    Pivot -.-



    So 6 is time and the animation is 40 frames so we have time and distance

    6 x 40
    time x distance

    so 6 x 40 = 240ms-1
    time x distance = speed
    So its practically 2.4 seconds, though movie maker said 2.77. Movie maker is f*cked in the head though.

    Then there is another rule 2/3
    If and object drops 99m
    when it bounces back up it should be 66m
    and then 44m
    and then 29.3m
    and then 19.53m

    And so on. My example would be this

    .piv coz if gif raped

    In action

    .piv

    Update:

    Forces and pushing. Its mainly to show a normal tennis ball bouncing on asphalt or something like that.


    More info here
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    This should be in the tutorials section.
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    You want to know the difference.. between a weak burger, and a burger that has STRENGTH?
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Thank you for the comment! I will try to contact a admin asap.
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Still, this is not how a ball bounce...
    She won't bounce, go up and bounce again, the bounce will be caused because of the drag of gravity which is hard, and it isn't because the ball is made of ruber or whatever.
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Accurate rules of physics dont directly translate to animation.

    Physics = real moving.
    Animation = Illusion of movement.

    And your ball bounce i terrible.
    I'm gay.

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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by Highly
    Accurate rules of physics dont directly translate to animation.

    Physics = real moving.
    Animation = Illusion of movement.

    And your ball bounce i terrible.
    Pretty much my thoughts, but you did explain stuff well.
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by Highly
    Accurate rules of physics dont directly translate to animation.

    Physics = real moving.
    Animation = Illusion of movement.

    And your ball bounce i terrible.
    I'm pretty sure I stated how to make your animation look more realistic. It's adding a illusion of physical movement as you would say.

    I also CLEARLY stated that I am a beginner, please do not post observations when it has already been stated by the author, your opinion above that is acceptable but dont waste pixels.
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Soo....how was your 8th grade science class today?

    Anyways, the physics weren't all that great, if you want to help people with animation, try to practice more before making a tutorial, but I really did like the effort..so A for effort.

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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by CamelSharkNZ
    I also CLEARLY stated that I am a beginner
    Then why are you attempting to make a tutorial when you know you're not good at all?
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    Re: STD Physics Tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by Psudo
    Quote Originally Posted by CamelSharkNZ
    I also CLEARLY stated that I am a beginner
    Then why are you attempting to make a tutorial when you know you're not good at all?
    Don't be a dick, he's just trying to help out other beginners. It's not like you can't understand what he's talking about.
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