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  1. #1
    Enthusiast Sonic1909's Avatar

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    A Fresh Start | 3D Attempt

    Hello, I've recently started up with animating again, being previously known as Pivotmasta19.

    Newest Animation:
    [spoiler:9hbgwnvm]3D Attempt

    (First part isn't mine)[/spoiler:9hbgwnvm]

    Best Animation:
    Double Kick


    All Animations:
    Double Kick
    3D attempt(First part isn't mine)

    If you give good CC then I will return the favor if asked.

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    Re: A Fresh Start | Double Kick

    I think that's a pretty nice start. I mean there's still a lot of improving that you need to do in order to get better, for example foot placement, try to keep the feet in the same exact spot they where. Also you should try to ease. Easing is when you move a movement like -I--I---I--I- < this rather than I-I-I-I-I < that. You'll get the hang of it . Keep it up.

    Courtesy?

    Oh and btw I remember your old name, pivotmasta19 .
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    Re: A Fresh Start | Double Kick

    Newest Animation:
    Double Kick.
    Best Animation:
    Double Kick.
    All Animations:
    Double Kick.

    Right... Give us something more.

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    Re: A Fresh Start | 3D Attempt

    New animation, continued the .piv posted on the Beginner's Bunch thread.

    (First part isn't mine)

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    Re: A Fresh Start | 3D Attempt

    That was alright. The 3d was weird cause the head got thinner. You gotta keep the thickness of the outline consistant.

    Med Beginner


 

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