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  1. #1
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    New to DD, but not to Pivot..

    Yeah, here are some of my Pivot animations I've done..
    I started doing these about this time last year, enjoy:

    Old *Updated July.11th/06"
    Updated with some old ones again.. still haven't made a new one in months..

    Wrestling
    Wrestling Animation 1 (Springboard Shwein/Lighttubes)
    Wrestling Animation 2 (Ladder Dropkick/Vanterminator)
    Wrestling Animation 3 (Dragonrana)
    Wrestling Animation 4 (Backbreaker/SSP Combo)
    Wrestling Animation 5 (SSP onto garbage cans) *New old one*
    Wrestling Animation 6 (630 onto group) *New old one*
    Wrestling Animation 7 (Pheonix Leg Drop

    Non-Wrestling
    One of my first Non-Wrestling Animations
    A "Pwnage" from another forum.. *:+
    A little "fight"
    Boom Headshot?



    Meh..(Test/Crappy Animations)

    New

    Wrestling

    Non-Wrestling

    Coo-coo, Rolf.
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    Nice use of flash for the backgrounds. Your movements have to be a bit more realistic to go up to intermediate I'd say. The one where he shit himself and fell off the ledge was just hilarious though. :P
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    Wrestling ones were very nice, but those other ones wasnt in my taste..

  4. #4
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    Have any tips?

    Coo-coo, Rolf.
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    Just keep practicing on your movements, and do some effects like blood, electricity etc. That should make your animations more appealing.
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    pretty nice, just look at the tuts at the bottom of the forum and work on physics and you could be good.

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    ... Same as up + add more length to animations. You are going well! (Like Bahamut said, add effects)

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    i tihnk you should stick with wrestling, those to me looked smooth enough, but the others just didnt

    Courtsesy

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    i dont like wrestling that much but those were good, they were pretty smooth and not very choppy = ) and I liked the backgounds too
    [center:161o6f51]LET'S BREAK OUT THE SHOTGUNS WE'RE GOING TO TOWN![/center:161o6f51]
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