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  1. #1
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    my best animation so far. (please rate!)


    i need some ratings please!!!
    say what what you honestly think. i can handale harshness as long asyour pointing out the faults in it.
    i do not fear the dark...
    the dark fears me...

  2. #2
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    id say low begginer work on your smoothness. try taking smaller spaces beetween frames. and maby try a faster frame rate. but not bad for a begginer=

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    Well... it was pretty slow and kinda choppy. Increase the framerate and start easing, I animate at a framerate of about 19, which is the minimum for a very smooth animation. You should also animate more than one object at a time, I mean, if someone was to fight you in a fistfight, you wouldn't take turns, would you? My advice is... tuts, tuts, tuts, and practice, practice, practice.
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  4. #4
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    awesome!

    AWESOME! AWESOME!
    thank you for your ratings and advice!
    i will increase frame speed. thank you especially Ghost for all the info.
    i'm really gonna try that!
    i do not fear the dark...
    the dark fears me...

  5. #5
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    Yeah, it was cool, a pretty original idea, but yeah ghost is right, you sholud work on the basics, but if you havent already, check out the master tuts, they'll help you to improve, but yeah, make sure you make one of the guys at least putting up a fight and make it unpredictable, like one guy turns into a giant orsomething... but good job, it was funny, i liked the end too, i think he spit on him...lol
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  6. #6
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    Well, all you have to do is work on the basics. Basics as in easing, stiffness, physics, and all that crap. Just work on that and in a while you'll be better.
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  7. #7
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    why do they always add tails?

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  8. #8
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    Good idea but it was choppy, maybe it will help if you increase the frame rate, try to move the 2 sticks in one frame, it will look much better, good for beginner.

  9. #9
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    awesome

    yeah he spit on him. i slowed it down way to much. i got scared. the basics is what i'm working on now. i use pivot 2 so it's harder.
    i do not fear the dark...
    the dark fears me...


 

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