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    Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once more


    Sexy poses anyone?


    I suddenly got bored from my toast collab entry and went trying some heavy spacing.

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Heavy spacing thread :O only if they were longer... Nothingless, nice job on both! ^^

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    had to think about tenks (thx4nothing) he made similar stuff,just crazy moves
    i personally dont like it so much when everything goes so fast, but i thought you did well in your first animation
    the second one could need another frame between the "popup" and when he starts to move,though

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Quote Originally Posted by mctoast!!
    Heavy spacing thread :O only if they were longer... Nothingless, nice job on both! ^^
    I concur to this. Would've made a great animation if you done them longer, but it's still good.
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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    I cant find the sexy poses in the first one? looks very fast and choppy, you need easing and good poses ^

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Quote Originally Posted by NextFrame
    I cant find the sexy poses in the first one? looks very fast and choppy, you need easing and good poses ^
    Oh god...
    Where have you been looking for realism? Crono's tutorial explains it all. I'll say some to you making this comment invalid...

    Realism is fast and choppy, we can still ease, but only at the end and start of a move.

    In realism, we go by poses. If you pause the animation you will not get an awkward look, but a humanic pose.

    Clear enough?

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    That is definitely not what Crono said at all, you're just misinterpreting it. I suggest you reread his and WereZ's tutorial and actually pay attention.

    BTW neither of those animations were realistic, they just looks heavy spaced to me.

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Quote Originally Posted by sKale
    Quote Originally Posted by NextFrame
    I cant find the sexy poses in the first one? looks very fast and choppy, you need easing and good poses ^
    Oh god...
    Where have you been looking for realism? Crono's tutorial explains it all. I'll say some to you making this comment invalid...

    Realism is fast and choppy, we can still ease, but only at the end and start of a move.

    In realism, we go by poses. If you pause the animation you will not get an awkward look, but a humanic pose.

    Clear enough?
    realism is taking a choppy movement, and using fluent poses linking them up so that you dont have to ease, but its not choppy either.

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Why do I always need to post quotes before you guys believe my fucking ass...

    Quote Originally Posted by Crono
    Therefore, it has to be fast and accurate. The poses have to be just right, and the spacing has to coordinate with the momentum.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crono
    Realistic movements are stiff to some degree, go watch your friend run down the street, or do a back flip. His body is going to be in stiff poses, and his movements are going to be fast and appear 'choppy'. 'Choppy' is just another word for fast, which some movements have to be because the spacing it requires, and muscle control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crono
    "Realistic spacing looks like heavy spacing! You're just some heavy spacing animator! I am living a lie! DURRRBERR!"

    No. Heavy spacing is defined by its poses, and ridiculous stop-n-go style. It's crazy movements also define heavy spacing.
    Need more? Take a look at WereZ' and Crono's tutorial again...

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    Re: Heavy spacing and trying my hand at real realism once mo

    Quote Originally Posted by sKale
    Why do I always need to post quotes before you guys believe my fucking ass...

    Quote Originally Posted by Crono
    Realistic movements are stiff to some degree, go watch your friend run down the street, or do a back flip. His body is going to be in stiff poses, and his movements are going to be fast and appear 'choppy'. 'Choppy' is just another word for fast, which some movements have to be because the spacing it requires, and muscle control.
    Need more? Take a look at WereZ' and Crono's tutorial again...
    I didnt want to make a thing of it, but looking at cronos and other poeples attempts at realism, your is not similar. still good on its own merit.


 
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