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  1. #1
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    My first fight anim. Green Vs. Red

    Here it is, I know its pretty short. I tried to make it unchoppiness (LOL)

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  2. #2
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    Re: My first fight anim. Green Vs. Red

    Well for a 1st fight animation, good.

    I won't go into too deep detail since you've just started but you need to improve on a lot of things.

    Easing - This is like how a car travels. It starts of slow and gradually gains speed until it slows down to a stop. Same principal applies to pivot.

    Choppiness (avoiding it that is) - Try to move every joint of the stick in every frame.

    Smoothness - Smoothness isn't that needed but can help in a lot of animations. Some beginners mistake smooth for slow. So don't mistake this.

    Look at Fraz and Nev's tutorials on a wide range of different aspects of pivot. They will help you a lot faster.
    My animations - 4th February, LolPenguin

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  3. #3
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    Hey, that wasn't too bad! You really god some style in there, other than just punching the other person.

    Just read Bahamuts Ultamite tutorial, its in the tutorial section, stickied. Focus on easing, movements, etc.

    You'll be inter in no time.

  4. #4
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    There is somethin about photobucket that makes it go slower, here is the link to youtube.
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=dZnepX7_oNY
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  5. #5
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    if this was your first fight, it was pretty good,
    you have to work at the basic stuff,
    choppiness, easing, smoothness physics.
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