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    o40_big

    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1241554343

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    Re: o40_big

    Not bad,really stiff tho,gotta work on easing,practice,read some tuts and u'll become a very good animator very fast And yeah i don't think u made the second one cuz if you look at the smootheness at the run,it dosen't look like the second one at all,sorry for crappy english...
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    Credz to [AC] for supah sig.
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    Re: o40_big

    lot stiffness, shaky mostly all parts.
    some lack of easing, and unsmoothnes, also remember gravity, realism and footplacement.
    Sorry but i think you're a low begginer.
    Keep it up!




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