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    Attempt2

    Attempt2
    (I used legos Tut.)

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    Re: Attempt2

    its okay but since its a loop you could haved tried to make it flow by making the person stand still while running (meaning only his leg joints moving...so its looks like he's running forever)...maybe the tutorial you used was not capable of doing that but just a suggestion for future makes...(In case u might make a scene of continuous run...it saves time..)..right now it looks a little shaky in his step..it might just be an illusion because of no ground line
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    Re: Attempt2

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ice
    its okay but since its a loop you could haved tried to make it flow by making the person stand still while running (meaning only his leg joints moving...so its looks like he's running forever)...maybe the tutorial you used was not capable of doing that but just a suggestion for future makes...(In case u might make a scene of continuous run...it saves time..)..right now it looks a little shaky in his step
    If you followed that, it would be extremely stiff...
    Yeah, it looks good, if it's your first run.
    WAAAYYY better than what I could do until just a few days ago.
    And it already looks like he's running forever.

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    Re: Attempt2

    Easing was off, and stickman's back appeared to "jump". You should better put on a ground line, it doesn't look worse, and your work appears to be easier. However, nice try it was. Just pay more attention to tutorials, and you may go Hi-Begginer.

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