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  1. #1
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    Triond's Animations

    Ok, I'll be adding more later, I just figured I'd start a thread.

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    Walk ahd Punch Test

    I know there short, but credits go to:
    Fraz, Nev, and Stickid-Walking Tutorial and Stick

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    Re: Triond's Animations

    ehm they were ok! but work on the choppy parts a bit shaky but so are mine lol! but its good enough med begginner!
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    Re: Triond's Animations

    Thanks. I have a lot of trouble with the legs when I'm punching. It looks like I'm having a seizure. I almost wonder if I shouldn't move the legs at all?
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    Re: Triond's Animations

    Not that bad but still a little stiff but keep practicing and you'll get better.

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    Re: Triond's Animations

    Stiff walking, but practise makes perfect, something you could do, is set up something recording you (In real life), then walk infront of it, then look at how you walked, and copy that way into your animations. Just a thought, you don't have to listen to me, anyway nice work.

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    Re: Triond's Animations

    Quote Originally Posted by Moz
    Stiff walking, but practise makes perfect, something you could do, is set up something recording you (In real life), then walk infront of it, then look at how you walked, and copy that way into your animations. Just a thought, you don't have to listen to me, anyway nice work.

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    lol, I was actually toying with that idea before you said that. I might give it a shot!
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    Re: Triond's Animations

    the stick is a badly made one, and the feet slide around on the floor, keep them in the same place in each frame, onion skin helps. and it was uneased, stiff, and a little bit choppy in the legs.
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    Re: Triond's Animations

    Thanks Dev, do you know where I can find a good stick?

    I took videos of me doing the moves, but it's still choppy. I think if I can find a way to show more frames in a video and then copy that in pivot, I'll do better. Any way, here they are:
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