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  1. #1
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    short,and no point

    . I was bored,so I did this.
    SMILES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: short,and no point

    FUCK!!!it's to damn fast.
    SMILES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: short,and no point

    First, don't dubble post. Use the edit button.
    And second.

    First, don't mini-mod

    It's easing is terrible and it is choppy and stiff aswell.
    OK easing is making your stick go slow, then faster, faster, faster, same speed, slower, slower, slower, stop.
    Here's how.
    |=Frame -+Amount of movement.
    ||-|--|---|----|----|---|--|-||

    Stiffness occurs when you don't move every joint in every frame. A joint is the miny red dots on your stickfigure. Move EVERY one of these in EVERY frame. Then you will be unstiff, it takes ages to perfect but hey, it works.

    Choppyness is when your animation is jolty and bad looking. The opposite of choppyness is smoothness, which occurs when your animation flows well and follows the onion skin. (The grey that occurs when you move your stick.)

    All in all you are DEFINITELY a low beginner. Sorry for being so harsh but it's the truth.

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    Re: short,and no point

    one thread per user, use your other one and just edit
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