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    SkateBoarding 104

    I made this one for my sieries on youtube. i worked on the easing in this one. enjoy. Comment.
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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    wow nice well eased..

    little stiff and work on the dudes position on the skateboard , looks like hes standing up straight . he should be bending down slightly .
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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Sheep
    wow nice well eased..

    little stiff and work on the dudes position on the skateboard , looks like hes standing up straight . he should be bending down slightly .

    its true u should try 2 make him bend as he goes down the ramp
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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    I personally don't see any easing. He keeps a very steady speed throughout the entire animation.

    Easing should be used when he goes over the middle and goes mid-air. In the middle of the track, he should go fast, then in mid-air he should go slow, float a little, then blast back down and do his stunts.
    Your easing was only a frame in the air, not enough.

    A good thing to keep in mind is physics contra ease. Ease is in everything, but it won't matter if your character is spazzing out like a maniac. Like when he was going down the ramp, you should have his arms contract and tilt forward, like he's anticipating something. And when he goes the the middle, make his arms fly out and him duck, then he goes up and does his trick.

    But, keep trying. The more you practice the better you become.
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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    your easing was good but you should make him get more air when he goes off the ram so he has more time to do his trick but over all it was good
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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    Quote Originally Posted by C-Froze
    your easing was good but you should make him get more air when he goes off the ram so he has more time to do his trick but over all it was good
    You also have good smash ideas too.But listen i know how the rankers work, they are going to watch each and every inch of you animation twice so dont stiff it so mutch.
    You need to make him atleast do the jig when he is riding the board from one side to the other.

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    Re: SkateBoarding 104

    yah it was well eased........u should also work on the movements..the tricks..to make it more presentable.......7/10


 

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