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  1. #1
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    My Animations, well some of them











    hope you like them

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    you need to work on everything... go look at some tutorials

    your super choppy, your feet slide across the floor the movement are off by alot and your back is stiff.. Just keep practicing and you'll get better
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    hi it is me line rider guy from zada rider anyways ya you need to work on all the things. You need to work on stiffness and choppyness.
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    You have a lot of things to work on. Its choppy, stiff but not as bad as it could be. 3/10 just look at some tuts and you will be on your way. )

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    3/10, man i suck

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    Quote Originally Posted by avalanche_fan44
    3/10, man i suck
    No, it's not that, we all have to start some time, you can't be really good right away. It takes time.

    You main problem seems to be that your animations are quite choppy, try making smaller movements in each frame. Then look as some tuts for easing, that will help too.
    Also the feet are sliding around a lot too, so I suggest making a stick that is 0 thickness and useing it as a marker for the feet so that they can be in the same spot for each frame.
    Ex.
    http://www.pivothost.org/upload/v2/Sir_ ... les0f1.piv
    If you download the file you will see that I used a marker at size 50 to keep track of where the feet are. (It's not a really good example but I think that you see the point.)

    Have a nice time and if you have some questions for me don't hesitate to PM me and ask.

    P.S. I see that you looked at my bicycle kick tut. :P Well I'm glad that it help someone. : )
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    ehh, work on moves, but mostly smooth it.
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    did you make a ball kicking tut or did you use someone elses ?? i have seen that ball begging ( the first one )before )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slapman
    you need to work on everything... go look at some tutorials

    your super choppy, your feet slide across the floor the movement are off by alot and your back is stiff.. Just keep practicing and you'll get better
    Yeah, You are stiff, choppy, physics suck, and realistic you are not :_)

    Please read some tuts as Slap said, becasuse you really are off on about everything..

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    EDIT: abd don't feel bad about this, Sir Wojack is right, it takes alot of time to get good. Practice hard and dont let up

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    allright, ill take some more tuts and whatnot


 

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