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  1. #1
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    spot's ownage animations

    this is my animation thread where i will be posting my animations. (yay! +2 points for stating the obvious)
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    scrunchies prt 1
    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk28 ... chies1.gif

    the tansformer
    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk28 ... folder.gif

    limb bender
    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk28 ... 3/lolz.gif

    man vs fary
    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/kk28 ... 3/fary.gif

    COURTESY? MY ANIMATIONS THREAD
    Jimmy: your fat!
    hobo: I'm the pwesident of Jelly beans

  2. #2
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    Their pretty good, i can see in your ani's that your getting easing down.

    Edit: On your newest animation, i can't tell if you meant to make it that slow on purpose, my guess is no. What i did to help me practice was the imfamous easing ball test, (sorry i don't have an example, i'll upload one later) where you ease the ball up and down on the ground like a real ball bounces on the ground, shorting the bounce of the ball each time until the it's low to the ground. I know im not fully explaining myself, but this is just an overview of easing, sort of. I hope this helps, i will upload an example soon.

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  3. #3
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    thanks for the constructive critisism. i understand easing, i just can't aply it very well yet. and i did make it slow on purpose

    COURTESY? MY ANIMATIONS THREAD
    Jimmy: your fat!
    hobo: I'm the pwesident of Jelly beans

  4. #4
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    Sorry man, but low beginner. Your physics are way off, and the animation is stiff. I'm not ranking that Limb Bender because that's something anyone can do.
    I'm taking steps to no longer being a faggot. Oh joy.

  5. #5
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    Low Beginner for me aswell dude.

    I won't apologize about saying that simply because...

    A. theres no reason to...
    B. I want to help instead...


    work on your basics BEFORE you try doing anything advanced. teh rest will follow!

    your easing is pretty robotic atm, I will hope you can work on taht simply by checking the tuts a bit, and your anis are pretty choppy in places.


    Heres how i want you to fix them:

    1. check out the tuts available through this site, they made the best animators, and are made by the best animators!

    2. next time its you animating, IMAGINE taht YOU are the stk, adn move the joints how you feel you would move!


    OK? I'll check back every now and then!


    courtesy?
    courtesy?
    Eggy1991's Anis

  6. #6
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    easing = check
    moving all joints = check
    good ideas = check
    fading = check
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    overall ranking
    thinking...thinking...thinking...
    thinking...thinking...thinking...
    thinking...thinking...thinking...
    thinking...thinking...thinking...
    thinking...thinking...thinking...
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    LOW INTERZ!

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  7. #7
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    Re: spot's ownage animations

    uuummmm, ok. i don't think im quite low interz yet. but thank you anywayz

    COURTESY? MY ANIMATIONS THREAD
    Jimmy: your fat!
    hobo: I'm the pwesident of Jelly beans


 

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