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  1. #1
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    New Anims Go here! XD

    http://www.filecram.com/viewfile/8889102.htm


    Im sorta new so if you could give me some tips. Thats would be great thnx!

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    ok, it looks like you got easing down, but its choppy, and to short... movements are ok though

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    no, he doesn't have easing down. its stiff and choppy.
    but decent for your first post.
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    yup, low begginer all right. try to move every joint in the frame when he is walking, running or fighting. and dont just use the default. but your getting good on easing.
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    like everyone else said stiff choppy but easing is great try checking out fraz's minituts and bahas ultimate tut they help out alot
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    Quote Originally Posted by luis6556
    like everyone else said stiff choppy but easing is great
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    That doesn't even come close to deserving courtesy.
    Anyways, I see you know what easing is, but you only used it for that one part in the beginning.
    You didn't ease the stick's arms or legs. Since it was choppy, you should add more frames in between, and never move a stick or joint the same amount in more than 2 frames.
    On another note...don't use the default stick. Go to Droidz and download some base sticks to animate with.
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    Yeah, really stiff.

    But, it seems okay for a first.

    As everyone said, lol, move every joint in every frame, this makes animations look so much better.

    Also, try more realistic movements. For kicks and stuff, perhaps try actually getting up, and kicking.

    I do this a lot, whenever I'm at a loss to how something should look, I do it myself.

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  8. #8
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    well i like your esing becouse it clear that you have just sstarted but you should work on smoothnes and practice still in the easing ||||-|--|---|----|-----|-----|----|---|--|- ||||

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    ok????????????

    you definetly are NOT pivotmaster
    but it's ok, choopy

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    he does have easing down that is really good for a first animation keep working at it look at tutorials and you will be good soon
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