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    backflip test: thread worthy?




    I kinda like it. Thread?
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    Re: backflip test: thread worthy?

    That's pretty good. It looks thread worthy, but before you thread it, fix the feet at the end, they look strange and unrealistic.
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    Re: backflip test: thread worthy?

    you mean when his toes aren't level?
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    Re: backflip test: thread worthy?

    No, but you should keep that in mind, look at the front part off the front foot.
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    Re: backflip test: thread worthy?

    Quote Originally Posted by Shocknave



    I kinda like it. Thread?
    It's a basic start, but it can be way better.

    First off all you shouldn't bend the arms at the beginning like you did. You need to straighten them out, that way you show more power for the launch-off.
    I didn't quite like the feets positions at the beginng. Usually when you do a backflip when standing still, the feet are in one line. In pivot that's a little hard to show the other feet as well, so you make a little gap between them, but not as much as with yours. That's what I would do at least.

    I think you should cut one frame at the begin of the flip, and add a frame at the midle of the flip, because when doing a flip, you don't have easing. Once you are launched off, the speed where you make the flip with is pretty much gradually.

    Besides that it's a good try.
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