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    Fresh Newbie TheropodaGFX's Avatar
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    What rank am I?



    This was originally a PW, I know it's not the best though.

    Edit.: Damn why didn't it show as anonymous D: (I'm a dumbass)

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    I'm not trying to act like a moderator but, to post in this section, you must logout THEN post your animation because you defied the meaning of anonymous.
    As for your anim, it seems to be low beginner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sifterpivoter View Post
    I'm not trying to act like a moderator but, to post in this section, you must logout THEN post your animation because you defied the meaning of anonymous.
    As for your anim, it seems to be low beginner.
    Since the site has moved to animator.net, you can no longer post while logged out in this section which makes it pretty much broken for now. It might be fixed or scrapped depending on what DA decides, but until then I'll be moving these revealed identity animations to the freestyle section.

    As for your animation, in the little parts that have movement it seems you are going in the right direction but you need to move the all the joints in each frame. An example of where you didn't do this is when the grey stick came in and dropped that kick on the black stick, his arms and upper body remained really static and barely moved. Imagine doing the movement in real life, your arms and upper body would be moving to show balance and build up of power, by including that in your animations it makes your stuff appear more believable, lively and realistic.

    You don't really have any major inconsistent spacing which is nice to see, but your poses (positions of the stick in each frame) could use some work and movement of each joint in each frame is needed. For now I'd say around the higher end of low beginner, but if you worked on moving the joints and fixing the poses I could see you easily getting medium and high beginner. Good luck with it man.


 

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