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    Mattfrank78's animation thread

    This is my animation thread...obviously i will post my animations on here lol

    BTW!!! YOU CAN SEE MY ANIMATIONS AT MY YOUTUBE PAGE: http://www.youtube.com/mattfrank7

    heres my first 1
    hope you enjoy it
    (obviously its not my FIRST animation... but, meh, here you go )


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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    Try to ease your animations, onion skin trailing might help also. However keep them coming cos you have alot of potential (If you don't know what easing or onion skin trailing are, check out the tutorial section :P)

    Courtesy?

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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    some other animations i have made...
    i made these like 1 week ago lol




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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseOnT
    Try to ease your animations, onion skin trailing might help also. However keep them coming cos you have alot of potential (If you don't know what easing or onion skin trailing are, check out the tutorial section :P)

    Courtesy?
    what IS onion skin trailing? please link me a tut on it if u can

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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by mattfrank78
    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseOnT
    Try to ease your animations, onion skin trailing might help also. However keep them coming cos you have alot of potential (If you don't know what easing or onion skin trailing are, check out the tutorial section :P)

    Courtesy?
    what IS onion skin trailing? please link me a tut on it if u can
    Onion skin is the gray outline of what you did in the last frame, and when you trail it, for example when you move forward with your stick figure, the back arm should trail the place where it was in the last frame. I know I suck at explaining, so go to the tutorial section and look at Darrens Tut. Courtesy?
    I like to type in bold, bitch!

    NOW GIVE ME COURTESY
    viewtopic.php?f=2&t=80776

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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by blaqksnype
    Quote Originally Posted by mattfrank78
    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseOnT
    Try to ease your animations, onion skin trailing might help also. However keep them coming cos you have alot of potential (If you don't know what easing or onion skin trailing are, check out the tutorial section :P)

    Courtesy?
    what IS onion skin trailing? please link me a tut on it if u can
    Onion skin is the gray outline of what you did in the last frame, and when you trail it, for example when you move forward with your stick figure, the back arm should trail the place where it was in the last frame. I know I suck at explaining, so go to the tutorial section and look at Darrens Tut. Courtesy?
    cool, thanks, but wth does courtesy mean?

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    Re: Mattfrank78's animation thread

    Courtesy or "Courtz" means that a user has commented on your thread and they want you to comment on theirs. They will usually post a link or you can redirect to it through their signature. Anyways, the animation at the top is shaky and contains bad foot placement. Keep working.
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