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    An epicly failed animation of sorts


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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    I love the wacky style used in this animations and I think you made the heavy spacing really work in your favor. Overall I just love your shit man and this animation is defiantly no exception.
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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    this is reeaally good man...
    Keep up the good work

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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    That animation looks very unedited and fastly animated. And that's a nice touch somehow.

    Well done Memphis!

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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Bombastic
    That animation looks very unedited and fastly animated. And that's a nice touch somehow.

    Well done Memphis!
    Lol yeah, I only edited about 15 frames throughout the whole animation.
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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    You never seem to disappoint. Good job man.

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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    It was really well pulled off with that style, i really liked it, had a fresh touch to it. I really liked the kick that failed and with all the flips and rolls. What i really didnt like about this animation, was the comeback the red guy did with the gradient thing, it really killed the power of it in my opinion. Other than that this was really good, and the cinematic touches were really well done too

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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    That.....thats...... a fail?
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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    to be honest that looked really choppy to me, but it's definitely thread worthy.

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    Re: An epicly failed animation of sorts

    Dynamic fight: Great
    Close ups: Not Great


    Man, that kind of fight is the most awesome thing to do in pivot. Unluckily for us, animation lovers, only a few animators can do that.

    I suggest you to continue that, focusing on fight only!
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