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    enter and comment...

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    Re: [b]hi my not so cool animations [/b]

    Man, I'm not going to lie, those were very choppy and not smooth. Go and look at Baha's tutorial, and try to ease. That's all I can tell you.

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    Re: [b]hi my not so cool animations [/b]

    Quote Originally Posted by ISMOKEWHITELINES
    Man, I'm not going to lie, those were very choppy and not smooth. Go and look at Baha's tutorial, and try to ease. That's all I can tell you.
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    Re: enter and comment...

    update pls comment...

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    Re: enter and comment...

    It was really interesting to watch, but most of the movements were really stiff. This means that you didn't move all of the body parts enough.. Try to move all of those red dots in every frame if you can; this will give your animations a more dynamic feel, and make them much more entertaining to watch. As for the choppiness, you can fix that by applying easing to your movements. Easing is the speeding up or slowing down of a movement or set of movements. To ease, you will have to start each movement somewhat slowly, then gradually make the character or object move faster until it reaches maximum velocity, and finally, you begin to slow him/her/it down until you ease into the next movement.

    If you don't get it, take a look at the tutorial section. I'm sure someone there has explained easing and other aspects of animation in a way that's easy to understand.

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    Re: enter and comment...

    That animation was extremely choppy and at some parts I couldn't tell what was going on. It was also stiff a lot of the time too. Work on those two things, and you'll be high beginner in no time.


 

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