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    JayceTehAce Pivot Animations.

    Just started with Pivot, Not that good. Please tell me what you think of this.
    Got bored and made a fight scene.

    Ease Test.

    First good flip attempt.

    Walking Attempt.


    Walking/Skipping with A flip at end.

    Jumping and Throwing a Sword.

    Emo Stickman

    First Pivot Attempt *fight*


    Please comment, goes from the time that I made them, bottom is the first that I made, top is the latest.

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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    Teabag, Epic
    And the movement is pretty good!

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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    Quote Originally Posted by Rentofrent
    Teabag, Epic
    And the movement is pretty good!
    I 100% disagree with that ^. The movements were off. Try looking at yourself in a mirror. You can see how you move, and then try to animate it. It'll make your movements much more realistic. Easing is like this:
    What you are doing:
    |-|-|-|-|-|-|
    Good easing:
    |-|--|---|----|---|--|-|
    Here are some examples:
    Bad Easing



    Good Easing


    For stiffness, the whole thing was very stiff. Try to move every joint every frame to help reduce this, even if only a little. Also, look at some tutorials, work on your basic movements, and have fun animating.

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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    lawl

    that anime is very ctiff and choppy so bleh
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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    Quote Originally Posted by Armageadon
    Quote Originally Posted by Rentofrent
    Teabag, Epic
    And the movement is pretty good!
    I 100% disagree with that ^. The movements were off. Try looking at yourself in a mirror. You can see how you move, and then try to animate it. It'll make your movements much more realistic. Easing is like this:
    What you are doing:
    |-|-|-|-|-|-|
    Good easing:
    |-|--|---|----|---|--|-|
    Here are some examples:
    Bad Easing



    Good Easing
    [img]http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm161/Armageadon
    /easingexample.gif[/img]






    For stiffness, the whole thing was very stiff. Try to move every joint every frame to help reduce this, even if only a little. Also, look at some tutorials, work on your basic movements, and have fun animating.



    Or, You could get one of tho's Dolls that make you look at a humans physics.

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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    Or, you could look at Baha's tut.

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    Re: JayceTehAce *First every Animation*

    Thanks, I'll start working on my movement now.

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    Re: JayceTehAce Pivot Animations.

    Nice ease

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    Re: JayceTehAce Pivot Animations.

    Added new Fight Scene, thanks for comments.

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    Re: JayceTehAce Pivot Animations.

    It's a little slow, but anyways...
    Pretty stiff, but easy to cure. Just move every joint in the frame at least once.
    Your easing test was pretty good, but you never use easing in anims. Why?
    Other than that, you're okay. Look at some tuts, and don't swing the sword like that.


 
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