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  1. #1
    oxymoron


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    Just trying out Stykz

    Fiddled around with the program a bit and it's actually really fun and easy.

    This is what I made while 'fiddling around' with Stykz, so it's not much:


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    Bad Ass Statham Statham's Avatar

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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    not bad ward. a little jerky near the end when recoiling the arm, but still not bad.

    *You must be prepared for harsh critique. What I offer is in sight on what you should of done and you may get a offended, but you must understand if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen of art.

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    oxymoron


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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    Thanks Acer, and yeah the arm jerks out at the end there.

    If any of you have any cool features to share let me know.

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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    It's pretty cool, but there's not much of a build up, or a reaction, for that matter. Other than that, it's cool.

    cUrTz RetUrneeD


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    Slow at responding Caleb's Avatar

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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    If you'd only add a guy to react...
    Basically everything was said!

    Uh, hi. I do stuff.

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    Bad Ass Statham Statham's Avatar

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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    ctrl+right click+drag can help adjust length for ya. 1 click of arrow keys when you have figure selected moves them 1 pixel(handy for easing), poly fill tool eliminates polly fill and you can import piv 2.2.5 and piv 3 stks incase you wanted to use say jolt .stk, wu .stk...etc.

    maybe when you feel comfortable we can do a joint in stykz.

    *You must be prepared for harsh critique. What I offer is in sight on what you should of done and you may get a offended, but you must understand if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen of art.

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    oxymoron


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    Re: Just trying out Stykz

    Thanks Acer. I might make another one as soon as I get some time.


 

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