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    Mr. Crowley's Thread

    [center:1b7q82bg]MR. CROWLEY'S THREAD

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    ANIMATIONS

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    Should i continue? Welcome for cc on this one (i realize the foot placement is horrible...)


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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    for your decoy when he gets shot try to make him recoil or somthing
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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    What do you think of this one, trying to branch away from all these tests...
    Should i continue?

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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    So far so good! you have the concept of smoothness down cold. You may want to make the animations a bit faster though. Raise the FPS count by just a smidgen. I think your animations are smooth enough to make the change without looking bad.

    Good job so far!
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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    Your easing is pretty good, your smoothness overall is good, but your foot placement in the first animation and the kick animation is not very good, try looking at your animations frame by frame to determine where the foot should be, keep up the good work.
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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    borderline maybe inter
    keep it up =]
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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    Don't listen to him ^

    Anyway, the green guy in the animation is nice and smooth, the easing is nice aswell.

    The red guy, eh, instead of it looking like hes shifting his weight from one foot to the other, it looks too shakey. I think that if you would have done the foot placement correctly, it would fix it because the feet (and most likely the legs will follow suit) will be equidistant from each other.

    Yes, continue this animation!
    Just watch the foot placement, and make the whole thing as fluid as the green guy so far.

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    Re: Mr. Crowley's Thread

    hi beg,but iīm new here so i donīt know is that correct
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