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    Gator's Animations Thread

    I will be posting my animation projects here. Any criticism and tips would be greatly appreciated, Courtesy returned.
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    Re: Gator's Animations Thread

    My first animation



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    Punch test, It seems like it is lacking power, and tips on how to fix it?
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    Re: Gator's Animations Thread

    Wow, that's pretty good for your first animation. I suggest you work on more realistic movements and ease more. For realistic movements you can study off others or look at your shadow when you walk outside. Try NOT to make it so every 1 frame the guy moves his hand one pixel, for example.

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    Re: Gator's Animations Thread

    Thanks, Ill try to edit it and make it better soon.
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    Re: Gator's Animations Thread

    Yeah, with your recent ones (the ball physics and the punch one) as well as the old one you're too stiff. Like I said work on realistic movements. When the guy is punching make his arm raise as he takes a step and then release it when he sets his foot down. His hands/legs are are really jerky as well. Try to make smoother movements as well as keeping him in one place on the ground. For the Ball movement one try to make it's movements in the air a bit faster (when it hits the wall) and ease a little more. Overall you are improving. Make sure you take time to make and tweak your animations.

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    Re: Gator's Animations Thread

    your movements are very stiff and shaky but its quite allright since you just started so try easing and spacing corectly and move all the joints ok
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