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Thread: Druid's Thread

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    Druid's Thread

    Hey there,Welcome To My Thread!!!!

    ^ I've fixed some of the errors in the video above because I was working on it so yea

    Old don't rate me on these!
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    P.S. I give Courts!

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    Update! Completed DBZ animation

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    Nice effects! and great idea, you just need to work on your easing and stiffness, if you haven't already check out darren's tut. It helped me loads!
    Courtz returned

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    wow, your better than me!
    this is great!
    (good is overused, so i said great)

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    Low-Beginner. You lack all the basics I know: easing, smoothing, flowing, particles, backgrounds and movements. Next time try to do something easier instead of a DBZ animation, like some easing and flowing tests. Although the effects seem pretty nice, they're already made by someone else. Try to get the inspiration to make your own, that will surely get you a move-up.

    ~Sharp

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    I think your animations are ok. But you need a lot more movements in your animations. Move every joint in each frame and get the basics down before anything else. Like Sharp said, animate something other than DBZ, and improve your easing and physics.
    Courtesy?
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    Re: Druid's Thread

    Update! Short Free Running Animation Added!

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    interesting, but remember. Its not how much time you put into the animation, but how nice it looks!

    You should work on making your movements flow better, like watching how much you move it each frame. If it looks jumpy, then move the joints less, or ease more at the end of the movements. But whatever you, just keep animating. You will improve greatly ;D Courtesy?

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    i've seen worses, you have good ideas bro, work on what everybody said, and instead of animating with colored backgrounds, that doesn't let you see the onion skin, begin with the classic white background to get better like all of us did :P

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    Re: Druid's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ussay1
    i've seen worses, you have good ideas bro, work on what everybody said, and instead of animating with colored backgrounds, that doesn't let you see the onion skin, begin with the classic white background to get better like all of us did :P
    On coloured background you still see an onion skin, it shows up white.


 
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