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  1. #1
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    Pickled turtle brains

    So finally I dusted off my skills in pivot AGAIN.
    READ BEFORE POSTING.
    do not make crappy comments or suggest I'd read darrens tut, I've read it a million times already, and my walking has improved dramatically, same with running. But it didn't fix all my problems so stop telling me to do it.
    1st Beginner: June 9th, 2009.(before my hiatus)
    2nd Beginner: July 14th, 2010.(when I came back)
    3rd Beginner: November 27th, 2010.(Current animation period)
    FIXED piv3 version Crap-tastic

    Crap-tastic

    NOTE:this is not lag, just some dumb mistake I made.

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    Enthusiast Dyker's Avatar

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    Re: Pickled turtle brains

    that animation at the top isnt that bad, you need to work on your animations. work on shakiness and stiffness. to overwelm the stiffness of your animations, you need to move each joint in each frame, even if its just a little bit.
    i would say high-med beginner.

    courtesy?


    DUNGiful >> Milkshake >> .Dave >> Dyker

  3. #3
    oxymoron


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    Re: Pickled turtle brains

    DUNGiful watch the postdates.

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