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    Veteran Enthusiast Liam's Avatar

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    I TRIED to animate realistically......

    ....And this is what happened.

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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    Oh my god. Using TRGG's base, spacing horrendously, doing some sort of run-flip thing, does not make a realistic animation.

    It is choppy, it doesn't flow, the spacing is ridiculously large, and it's just spazzy.


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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    Quote Originally Posted by Krustacean
    Oh my god. Using TRGG's base, spacing horrendously, doing some sort of run-flip thing, does not make a realistic animation.

    It is choppy, it doesn't flow, the spacing is ridiculously large, and it's just spazzy.
    That's mean. It was ok
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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    As stupidly harsh as Krustacean was, he's pretty much right.
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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    At least you tried, It actually came out pretty good


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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    The first stride is half-way decent, but after that its just messed up.
    And what's with the arms? It doesn't seem like they ever cross..
    Its all stiff too.

    I have to agree with Krustacean and ipwnall

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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    Quote Originally Posted by Krustacean
    Oh my god. Using TRGG's base, spacing horrendously, doing some sort of run-flip thing, does not make a realistic animation.

    It is choppy, it doesn't flow, the spacing is ridiculously large, and it's just spazzy.
    Like ipwnall I have to agree, but it was very choppy and stiff and if that was supposed to be a jump at the end. wtf.
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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    Put him in a red suit and add a goomba in after that first step and you're A-okay.

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    Re: I TRIED to animate realistically......

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Phoenix
    ....And this is what happened.

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    The foot placement after the jump was terrible, the legs were stiff, and the arms were somewhat spastic.
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    Kudos to you for trying though, you'll get it soon enough.


 

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