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  1. #1
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    closed......................................................

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    Re: A 3 - d Slap Test

    Try working on easing, and stiffness. Those are your only two problems I can see, look up some tutorials here on the site.


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    Re: A 3 - d Slap Test

    3D was nice. But stiffness is your main issue. I recommend you work on basics. Like easing, moving every joint of the stick figure, Choppiness, You should know easing is (l-l--l---l---l--l-l) it will turn out a lot better. Make sure you don't do anything like this
    (l-l--l---l--l---l--l-l) It will turn out to be choppy and shows your not easing correctly. That's what your doing wrong. The 3D was good. Your also not moving every joint. If you don't it turns out stiff and looks very unrealistic.

    So Id suggest you start with your basics before going into more advanced stuff like Effects, 3D, Backgrounds, Etc. Just work on what I said.

    Great animation though. Ill be looking forward to see something from you again.

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    Re: Uno's Thread! ( for the first vid u gotta click on it...)

    hey, your ani's are not bad, but i think with the pivot-bond animation, the stickfigure should have an reaction when he shoots the gun. just work on stifness and ease!
    thread: http://www.darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=51174
    tell me what you think please...

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    Re: Uno's Thread! ( for the first vid u gotta click on it...)

    hmm,
    you're pretty good, I like how you use lots of different effects but stick to the basics like coke said, you have to work on normal movements before you add 3D and other effects to your animations.

    you're a solid medium beginner I think,
    keep at it, I want to see your future animations.

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    I kinda feel sorry for default sticks.

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    Re: Uno's Thread! ( for the first vid u gotta click on it...)

    Gah, still no visable usage of easing or smoothness. And for your pivot bond, your stick did not react when he fired the gun, his elbows and back should have moved from the force. Check out the tutorial section for a smoothness tutorial, and then click the tutorial in my sig for easing.

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    Re: Uno's Thread! ... What Rank Am I?

    that animations pretty good, like coka said, its stiff and the you should try to use backgrounds. so yeah, the 3ds ok. but its not very 3d like.
    med beginner.
    EDIT: also, animatorleet you bumped D:
    [center:1ekezptv][img]http://**********.com/img/1237251290.gif[/img]
    creds to Numb for the sig [/center:1ekezptv]

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    Re: Uno's Thread! ... What Rank Am I?

    you need to ease it more if you don't know how you move everything slowly in each frame but not to slow or it will be stiff

    special thanks to Heather for this awesome signature
    This is where i got it

    http://pivotkingdom.forumotion.net/forum.htm

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    Re: Uno's Thread!

    i loved how all the stuff when all slo-mo thats really cool


 

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