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    Mar's thread!(update)

    Hi im new here so please rate my animations and tell me what rank i am

    well, some of you said to ease more so heres a second kick combo with me trying to ease the kicks:
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    kick combo 1: http://**********.com/img/1246717754.gif
    just me messin around(dont rate this one): http://**********.com/img/1246717970.gif

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    Not half bad. Need to work on physics and stiffness, and you might want to ease a little more. Check out Baha's tut, it will help you. And BTW, your a low begginer, but your almost med beginner. Keep it up !

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    Welcome to DD read the rules and all that...btw nice animations keep working on your pivot skills because your almost to med begginer


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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    Nice anims. They were ok. They were a lil' stiff though and a tad uneased. Tutorials are your friend.
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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    woah, frst, welcome too dd, also, nice stk u got there!!!
    when making your next animations, remember the easing, it's like, accellerating and deacellerating movements, remember smoothness, and also, no stiffness (move all joints per-frame) and make longer, realistic animations
    Low/Med begginer

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    Thanks for the tips everyone, but i didnt think the standards were so high here. In PA(pivotanimation.tk) i was around high begginer and i posted some of my crappy animations there lol.

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    yeah well here at darkdemon, we have high expectations, nice stk btw, i would rank you : Low beginner --------YOU----Med beginner, work on physics, easing and thats really just about it.

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    Low begginer. It was a bit unrealistic and bit jerky, but nice work man. Keep it up.

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    Re: Im new here so please gimme some tips

    You have a nice style but you don't quite have the movemtents to make it look any good. Try using a more standard base stick, one with feet preferably to help you with foot placement. Remember to try and make your animation flow, instead of having 3 frames of an arm spinning have 5. Which is just one extra frame thrown in at the start and the end to make the easing look a lot better. Try to add some colour or another shade of black (Grey) when you do beams or when another figure is introduced, it just seems to add more stpry to it because they don't look the same. Keep up the good work

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    Re: Mar's thread!(update)

    Update! Thanks for those tips about my stick and adding frames and fading out beams and stuff, but i'm gonna just add some feet to this stick cause this is my favorite stick and also the one with the beam wasnt meant to be rated, it was just me messin around.


 
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