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  1. #1
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    Anonymous24681012

    I just started animating a few days ago please dont say this sucks, I mean this just has to high-beg.

    http://pivotup.com/files/f305r6h9.gif

    http://pivotup.com/files/m0421czh.gif

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    http://pivotup.com/files/gi3mynov.gif

    http://pivotup.com/files/y9sgie3t.gif

    Tell me what to improve on, or what you say CC.

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    Re: Anonymous24681012

    wow your pretty good id say med begginer what do you think of mine http://pivotup.com/files/6cf45uky.gif
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    Re: Anonymous24681012

    I'd say Medium Beginner. You really need to work on stiffness.
    Make sure that you're moving every joint in every frame. That's
    important. And try to improve your flow. Your movements are very
    stop'n'go and jerky. If you can ease the movements together into one
    flowing animation, your videos will look a lot better.

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    Re: Anonymous24681012

    med-beginner and you just started? Dang,you're good you surely have potential!
    Courts? (It means you comment on my thread =])
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    Re: Anonymous24681012


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    Re: Anonymous24681012

    For starting a few days ago, I have to say you're quite good. You seemed to have grabbed onto that feel of flowing movements very quickly, but now you need to start working on choppiness. If you don't really know what that is, refer to the section about easing and choppiness in this tutorial.

    Second, when you do runs, I noticed that the arms and legs start to move in, implying they are going to switch places as they should, but then snap back. Make sure those movements follow through.

    Keep working :]!
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    Re: Anonymous24681012

    BUMP

    http://pivotup.com/files/oh7seyvq.gif


    btw,i think i need mentor and it nice weather outside bye


 

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