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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

    choppy and work on your physics
    low bigginer look at the tut they help me alot

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations



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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

    right ill start off here
    they are really choppy and also very very stiff you need to use spacing imo and also you need to move every joint in every frame
    that is all
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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

    Well... Add more frames between movements so that the animations are smoother, and remember to add more/less frames for each movement to make the speed seem more natural. Place your sticks in realistic positions and move every joint, every frame. If you must, act out the movements to figure out how they should look in your animations.

    Work on the basics first, and then the effects. Once you have the movements worked out, the effects will come easily. Effects (like blood, flashes, etc.) shouldn't be a huge factor in your animations (i.e. don't spend too much time on them). After all, effects only enhance the overall experience of an animation; they're not really part of the storyline.

    BTW- It's easiest to practice making smooth+natural movements using a plain stickfigure. For more complex sticks, it's best to make individual "parts" that come together to form one complex stickfigure (this is hard to do)

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

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    Re: Jack's Beginner Animations

    its still really stiff choppy and fidgety
    look at some tutorials
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