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    Re: My First Run

    Yeah, that's very stiff and choppy, but its alright. It's not too bad-
    You have some of the 'key frames' correct, now just add some frames
    in between to get a smooth look.

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    Re: My First Run

    i edited it, i don't know if its less stiff

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    Re: My First Run

    It's more stiff You had it better before!
    All you needed to do was add more frames in between the ones that you
    already had.

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    Re: My First Run

    Quote Originally Posted by Osprey
    It's more stiff You had it better before!
    All you needed to do was add more frames in between the ones that you
    already had.
    Thats only going to make it smooth, not un stiff. Smooth and stiff are 2 totally different things. Smooth is when you space small, stiff is when not all joints are moved in the animation.
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    Re: My First Run

    You had to have seen the original, the joints were all correct, but there
    were not enough frames. That's what I was talking about

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    Re: My First Run

    Quote Originally Posted by Osprey
    You had to have seen the original, the joints were all correct, but there
    were not enough frames. That's what I was talking about
    Okay, I was just saying, try to use the right words y'know?

    Well, the animation was fine for just starting out, try to move every join in every frame, but don't move a joint to much. Also, try to move the back more, it looks shaky right now. You should ease a bit more. Your spacing like this _ _ _ _ _ when you should be spacing like this _ _ _ _ _ _. Okay? Try to take what I told you, and I think you could come far.
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    Re: My First Run

    ok thanks


 

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