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    Some of my animations

    Updated


    Desert eagle shooting




    Desert eagle reload




    Rope




    Sniping




    Running(newest)


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    Re: Some of my animations

    yes your good your better than I was when i first started and If you dont believe Me I swear to god go to this Url right here My first animation ever
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ebe2e2bkv-c

    you just like all other beginners should go to the tutorials Section here at DD were they offer much help to your animations go here
    http://www.darkdemon.org/viewforum.php?f=36

    They have awsome tutorials that can help you on everything you need.
    Easing
    Stiffness
    Foot placement

    All these things lead to a Better animation

    So stay active and read the Forum rules
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    Re: Some of my animations

    Here another one:



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    Re: Some of my animations

    Wow, you seem to like guns alot.
    Um I think you should take a break from making gun animations and work on a couple of tests. Such as what SodaKiller said, make a couple of tests practicing your easing,getting rid of your stiffness and making sure all your figures are on the same ground level and not moving below are above your floor. (Foot placement)

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    Re: Some of my animations

    Quote Originally Posted by jralax
    Wow, you seem to like guns alot.
    Um I think you should take a break from making gun animations and work on a couple of tests. Such as what SodaKiller said, make a couple of tests practicing your easing,getting rid of your stiffness and making sure all your figures are on the same ground level and not moving below are above your floor. (Foot placement)
    Yeah, I guess your right. I'm a huge gamer so that why I like make gun animations alot. Thanks man.


    And by the way, if I wanna post new animations should I reply to this thread, make a new thread, or edit it in this thread?

    EDIT: and another thing, am I the only one who uses Xpivot 3.5?

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    Re: Some of my animations

    Ok the answer to your first question Is acually two choices.
    One of them Is to edit your first post and add the animation to It.
    The second option Is to add another post showing were your animation Is as a bump and also add It to your first post.
    And everyone has different types of animation tools, so I'm thinking your not the only one using Pivot3.5.

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    Re: Some of my animations

    i agree with haveing a break form the guns and doing tests.. what i done was to get into the habit of easing i made a ball animation, i just made a ball bounce it helped me a bit.

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    Re: Some of my animations

    Good, post It In your thread.
    (not much to say here)

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    Re: Some of my animations

    Here's another.


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    Re: Some of my animations

    Alright, looks good you just need to work on how the figure's head came off.
    It should be a little somthing like, when his head comes off, It should go up In the air but not to high, what you did this time Is fine but, when the figure's head Is In the air, start slowing It down until It comes to a very short stop In the air, then make It fall, starting off like, ||-|---| (easing) and untill It hits the ground. When the figure's head hits the ground, you should have made It a bit like this.



    (ease here then make It fall back down going about the same way)
    o _ (near to stopping)
    o o_ (easing)
    o o_ (bounce)/(gaining speed)
    (ground)
    o____o_(ball)__________________

    Yea thats about It, It's harder to explain how to do It rather than showing a animation, so really, I think you should go here for more help on stuff like that.
    viewtopic.php?f=36&t=22662


 
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