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    Walk then Run

    New to pivot. In fact, this is my first animation.



    Tried to walk based on Jon and Darren's walk tutorials, and then tried to run on my own. The run didn't turn out very well. Suggestions?

    Click the picture to see my animations! I've gotten almost no feedback, so some would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Walk then Run

    The walk was good, but the run looked like he was stomping. Try a longer run animation, because the run was a step.
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    Re: Walk then Run

    I worked on it a little more, adding a tackle that includes a flip. I am going to do a running animation next, I just didn't know how to finish this short one.



    I also tried to implement some slow-mo when the gun was dropping to the floor. And thanks Jason, I'll get started on fixing up my running a little.

    Click the picture to see my animations! I've gotten almost no feedback, so some would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Walk then Run

    If these are you first couple pivots, you have a lot potential.
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    Re: Walk then Run

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason
    If these are you first couple pivots, you have a lot potential.
    i second that.... already busting out interesting movements and different speeds, your a natural


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    Re: Walk then Run (Updated)

    Quote Originally Posted by FATBM
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason
    If these are you first couple pivots, you have a lot potential.
    i second that.... already busting out interesting movements and different speeds, your a natural
    Thanks, they're my first pivot animations. Got inspired when I saw all the Darkdemon Collabs on youtube. By the way, I worked on my running a little more.


    Click the picture to see my animations! I've gotten almost no feedback, so some would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Walk then Run

    yep, that running is better than the first time you posted keep it up man (:

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    Re: Walk then Run

    Thanks Ussay. I made a thread if you want to see my new animations. I haven't been getting much feedback, but at the same time I'm not asking you to go look at them. Only if you want to.

    Click the picture to see my animations! I've gotten almost no feedback, so some would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Walk then Run (Updated)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hydra7
    Quote Originally Posted by FATBM
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason
    If these are you first couple pivots, you have a lot potential.
    i second that.... already busting out interesting movements and different speeds, your a natural
    Thanks, they're my first pivot animations. Got inspired when I saw all the Darkdemon Collabs on youtube. By the way, I worked on my running a little more.

    Instead of keeping the legs straight when running,bend them so he's not moving up and down so often. Looks good so far.

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    Re: Walk then Run



    Like this? I think this run isn't that bad, although it could be smoother.

    Click the picture to see my animations! I've gotten almost no feedback, so some would be greatly appreciated!


 
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