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  1. #1
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    my thred



    yup its my thred plz take ur time to watch these following animations or look at the pics

    CAR PIVOT *UNFINNISHD*


    SOME RANDOM THING


    A RUN FOLLOWING BAHAS TUTORIAL





    GUN TEST THING




    SPIN


    JUMP THING I MADE SRRY SO SMALL




    SOME GUY GETTIN SPEARD



    UNKNOWN LOL

  2. #2
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    Re: my thred

    you no guys u can say somtin lool;
    D

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    Re: my thred

    hey i like'em n_n
    but i've noticed some stiffness
    but everything else was great! nice work keep it up!

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    Re: my thred

    thx

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    Re: my thred

    Yeah, most of those are short as hell. I say your skills are around med beginner, but if you made a longer animation, you could be high beg.

    Courtesy plz?

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    Re: my thred

    i thought the car one was long enough, i think it's high beg

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    Re: my thred

    I like the camera angles on the car one. It was really nice. Just a little stiffness and easing to work on and you should be inter. For now high beg.

    Curtz?
    If I gave you a good comment please comment on my thread...or else
    [my animations]

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    Re: my thred

    Give credit to people who made the stk.'s you used.

    Start using more frames for smaller movements to make your animation appear smoother and better. Check out the tutorial section for other useful tips too.

  9. #9
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    Re: my thred

    thx!
    Quote Originally Posted by la
    Give credit to people who made the stk.'s you used.

    Start using more frames for smaller movements to make your animation appear smoother and better. Check out the tutorial section for other useful tips too.


 

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