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    15:41 animation

    I tested my skills by trying to animate "fast" and this is the result:

    "Making of" video (4 min)
    It looks rushed and so it is, but I'm still learning and trying something new so I like it so far. It wasn't a complete disaster.

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    Re: 15:41 animation

    How much did you edit?

    When I do these kinds of animations, I don't edit at all. No revision whatsoever. It really helps one learn the poses, and actually helps one improve.
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    Re: 15:41 animation

    If you have 4 minutes, check the amount of edit from the video there. But if you don't rewind to edit your animation at all, that's quite unique. I'd want to see you make an animation with that style. Not that I don't believe, but sounds cool so it would be awesome to see it.

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    Re: 15:41 animation

    Quote Originally Posted by E x
    If you have 4 minutes, check the amount of edit from the video there. But if you don't rewind to edit your animation at all, that's quite unique. I'd want to see you make an animation with that style. Not that I don't believe, but sounds cool so it would be awesome to see it.
    I'm positive in saying I haven't released over five animations in the past eight months (give or take a few months) that were revised or edited in anyway. I lived by this idea for awhile, and just released stuff constantly as I didn't have to take the time to edit. It supplied the forums with at least ONE active veteran animator, and helped me improve more than anything.

    So if ya want to see an animation made like this, just check out my thread in the hall of fame, 'cause all most all of them weren't edited.
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