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  1. #1
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    Lol test .


    I was trying to work on easing and smooth and ninja run
    PLs REPLY

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    It wasnt eased...or smooth at all....bad test veeeryy bad test look at tuts on the matter then post it.

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    Well youre a begginer and the idea was good but you still need to work a lot on those basics for exp choppyness easing stiffness and the run. You really need to put time and effort into your anims or otherwise you wont rise higher. Keep animating!

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    its not to good sorry but thats why your in the beginners colom, and i would say your ranked as a low-beginner but thats alright all you have to do is practice some more and look at some tutorials and youll get med-high beginner pretty fast.....
    Quote Originally Posted by HippiePivot,Oct 18 2009, 02:25 PM
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    I have to agree with the others you need to work on stifness and work on easing but other than that see a tutorial


 

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