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  1. #1
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    Mai Animashions :D *Intermediate Attempt*

    HAI.My name is Cakelights (Not really, its Marcus).
    Newest shit at the top, as always

    New shit, just a loop, actually...


    Heres a flow practice animation. Did I kill the flow?


    I call this "The invisible enemy". Nothing serious, actually. Just a test.


    An attempt to double framing. Am I doing it right?


    Intermediate attempt, K, i know im far away, but I tried D:


    Backflip. (Extreme Fail)


    A loop of my running style.


    My new running style.(Thanks to Crono)


    More coming soon.
    Courtesy? Oh, that happens here: http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=64168

    Where theres shit, theres Cakelights.


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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    lol nice but you need to work on easing and it's stiff try moving every joint every frame to make it look smooth and im begginner too so im not much better

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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    Your frame rate on your running is too fast, work on your physics, easing and stiffness.
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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    How do i work on stiffness?
    Courtesy? Oh, that happens here: http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=64168

    Where theres shit, theres Cakelights.


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    Re: how do i work on stiffness

    you just make more frames and make sure that when you are moving something you start by moving it slow then become faster and then at the end you become slow like this:

    amazingly stiff:

    [attachment=1:v72gtbw2]stiffness1.gif[/attachment:v72gtbw2]

    in the animation above i did not slow down at all i just kept moving the arm at the same speed

    not very stiff at all:

    [attachment=0:v72gtbw2]stiffness2.gif[/attachment:v72gtbw2]

    this animation took more time but looks better. i made it by making sure the start and the end of the movements were slow. and thats how you work on your stiffness!

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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    I say low beginner , I want to see more animation.
    And idk if you are doing that style like uhm ..
    that youtube guy...
    pivotmasterdx .. right?

    anywayz , I dislike that style. xD

    Try to move every joint in every frame.

    make something with more animation and it would probs be med beginner

    good luck in the future xD

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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    "you just make more frames and make sure that when you are moving something you start by moving it slow then become faster"
    Dont worry, i know what easing is. But, some people say that you have to ease every movement, but... Umm, will it really be good if i ease everything? I mean, wouldnt it look weird?

    And no, i dont like PMDX's style either, not enough action.
    Courtesy? Oh, that happens here: http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=64168

    Where theres shit, theres Cakelights.


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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    they mean do what i said before but make sure to do it everytime you move ANYTHING, not just like part of the animation ALL of it.

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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    Hai Cakewights.
    Imma cwitisize your animations nao.
    Alright, I liked the run, but your animations are waay too stiff.
    Try to ease alot, or if you prefer a different method, check out Crono's tutorial.
    Also, moving EVERY joint in EVERY frame is essential, but it takes patience, and sometimes quite a bit of editing.
    Also, the walk animation didn't look authentic enough.
    His leg barely touches the ground, and I saw stiffness in it.
    All-in-all, I think you have great potential as an animator, but just try and cover the basics first (I'm still working on that xD).
    Low-Med beginner.

    Courtesy?
    Still blank lol

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    Re: Cakelights' Thread :D (Rank?)

    Update D:
    Courtesy? Oh, that happens here: http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=64168

    Where theres shit, theres Cakelights.



 
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