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Thread: Im Starting to animate at 30 fps what do you think

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    Im Starting to animate at 30 fps what do you think


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    I don't believe you posted any animation there mate. Just upload your animation to imgur, copy the link with .gif at the end of it and put it inside some [ img][ /img] tags.

    E: Okay, the link wasn't there when I posted it. Sorry.
    It looks pretty good, smooth definitely, just a bit stiff and shaky here and there.

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    Edited it. You put a url inside of an image tab. That should work now.

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    Do you have any tips? I would like to get alot better

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    Hereīs 1 tip: donīt animate at 33 fps.
    Ussay, Gary and SuperNoob like this.

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    ^ At least not in pivot e.e

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senzo View Post
    Hereīs 1 tip: donīt animate at 33 fps.
    Yea Senzo is right, I would start between 18-24 rather than 33. 33 is just too much work for animating in your free time, for fun.

    It's not a bad animation, but it's very shaky. Keep the feet in the same spot on the ground, try not to move them, even by just 1 pixel because it would look weird. Your feet are stationary when on the ground, unless you're on ice or something slippery.

    Also, there's a huge gap in the spacing at times, mainly when he switches the direction he's facing in. He looks behind him for a single frame, which makes it look really weird. Try to keep his head facing the same way, or if you insist on changing the direction, add an extra frame in between the two frames where he rotates. Give it more of a 3D feel, maybe have the hair point toward the screen for 1 frame, just so it seems like those turns arn't so abrupt.


 

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