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Thread: Red Vs. Blue

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    Red Vs. Blue

    This is a little fight scene i have made i am trying different effects like a rough cut, slow-mo, zoom ect just wondering wat you guys think about wat rank i am. any actually comments and i will return courtesy here is link:
    http://pivotup.com/files/zhdmfgoe.piv

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    Re: Red Vs. Blue

    hey, 1st post :]
    Now that's a nice animation man! it was stiff, really stiff, shaky, no easing no footplacement and choppy, but it was awesome, your ideas will serve great purpose when you learn pivot, first of all, you must learn to move ALL joints per frame, to cut out stiffness, make movements exactly from 1px, 2px, 3px, 5px, 10px and so on, that's easing, to make it with footplacement, well, i'll make an example for you later.
    And try to follow the onionskin accordingly, like, making it have flow, search for some tutorials after. :P

    btw,here's the example: http://pivotup.com/files/4opyiqtg.piv
    the 1st is the good one, the 2nd is the bad, examine cautiously these frrames.
    btw, sorry for the noobness on that, no easing, i'll make a better one later.

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    Re: Red Vs. Blue

    Dang that was pretty good =) better than me...

    Courtz

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    Re: Red Vs. Blue

    Brill just need to work on stiffness youll get htere
    I lost the game

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    Re: Red Vs. Blue

    I do not know why, but I see potential in you, I think it's that there was a fair bit of originality in that animation (apart from it being red vs blue, which is ages old).

    I reckon with some more experience on the forums you'll get better fast.

    No need for courtesy.


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    Re: Red Vs. Blue

    Wow, that was pretty nice! Work on the basics and you'll be a great animator! (Even greater than now, lol.) But I would suggest to make your animations better, not using red or blue for a stick. This is because the red is the colour of the joints, this makes them hard to find. And blue is the colour of when you're not on that stick, the joints are.

    But thats only one shade of red/blue.

    Keep up the smoooothh work!
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    !!!

    ITS SO AWESOME!! high beg i think..
    I SUX AT PIV!
    HI THERE!


 

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