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  1. #1
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    Backflip Kid's Thread!!

    hello! this is my first post! (woot and all that)

    Tell me what you think and how i could improve them!

    My first ever thing:
    http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t...e/backflip.gif

    (i am making more NOW)

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    I would say that is pretty good for a back flip but seemed weird and I do not know why.
    <--- naruto says,"Let me out of this box.

  3. #3
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    hey thanx but i do not know how it is weird...

  4. #4
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    hmm very good for a beginer you are starting with a desent bg and the back flip looks kinda choppy keep working on it and you be good in no time. )
    credz to animal and pistolman for my use bars!



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    does anyone have any tips for improving? if so this wud be a gr8 help.

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    k

    wow. looks liek you took your time on the back ground layout etc,

    ok for help

    look at your footing,
    the feet of the stickman, they slide,

    and, your stick is stiff,
    maybe move evry joint in the sticks body,

    next is easing,
    hard to explain,
    look at master list of tutorials page

    k thx bai
    i helped u
    mattns

  7. #7
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    Easing:
    if i guy falls of something he sould gradually speed up before he hits the ground or when he jumps up he should gradually slow down and once he reaches the top of the jump stop for a frame then start to fall. So, you dont want one continuous speed you want soming like.......

    Each pair of brackets represents a frame each dash represents distance the object falls or moves or whatever

    Bad: [-] [-] [-] [-] [-] [-] [-] [-] here the object is going the same speed

    good: [-] [-] [--] [---] [----] [---] [--] [-] [-] here it is slowing down and speeding up

    hope this helps! ))(*


 

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