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    Asyano's Thread

    I've been in pivot for months now, but haven't been animating for skill, just for kicks and building up comedy, which is about to end, so um, yeah, please rank, critisize, and do all you can. Thanks gaiz, cuz i havent really tried lately on even the types anims i usually do...help me, i even feel like im rusty...it feels like it..in a way...nvm.

    Few, pretty simple ones here, just to keep this thread going, I'll put more longer ones later

    Falling [made same time as other two, still practicing ]


    Ball (I failed on physics on this, made it in 10 fkin minutes, crap, i'll delete later, but criticise the fuck outta it)


    Simple punch:
    http://yourimg.in/m/u2s9699.gif

    Something...(holy crap this was a failure...but i don't want to just keep one here for now):
    http://yourimg.in/m/hgdrthg.gif

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    Re: Asyano's Thread

    okay
    Firstly you need to fix your foot placement and try to make it so that it moves smoothly so that means do a bit more easing and making smaller movements, also try to make it not stop, then start again.
    low-med beginner

    Courtesy?

    PS I told you I would do it. :P

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    Re: Asyano's Thread

    Hi AsianBlazenTV , so you finally decide to animate for skill, eh?
    ThePivotWonder here, and to give you a warm welcome, I'll give you some cc.


    Well, your animations need work. You need to work on foot placement,(keeping the feet in place)
    and you need to work on your easing and the overall. On that running animation, try keeping the momentum, keep him at a constant speed. He looks stop-and go. You'll find that if you keep the origin moving at a constant speed it will look better.

    For now though, just practice, practice, practice. You will get better.
    Study some animations from veteran up, to see how they do it.

    Low-med beginner. Did I mention Practice?
    Courtesy?
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    Re: Asyano's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Octane
    Hi AsianBlazenTV , so you finally decide to animate for skill, eh?
    ThePivotWonder here, and to give you a warm welcome, I'll give you some cc.


    Well, your animations need work. You need to work on foot placement,(keeping the feet in place)
    and you need to work on your easing and the overall. On that running animation, try keeping the momentum, keep him at a constant speed. He looks stop-and go. You'll find that if you keep the origin moving at a constant speed it will look better.

    For now though, just practice, practice, practice. You will get better.
    Study some animations from veteran up, to see how they do it.

    Low-med beginner. Did I mention Practice?
    Courtesy?
    Thanks Octane, thanks ;__; i got a problem with momentum, and working on constant speed, the second, I wasn't focused, big time, obviously it wasn't constant, placement all over the freaking place, but thanks for that tip, I'll definitely keep that in mind, easing, and practice, yes, I'll do it whenever I can.

    Don't know how u knew it waz me but um. ok, i have been studying other animations, in a somewhat depth, but not enough depth, thanks for that too

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    Re: Asyano's Thread

    Cool.
    AlphaPivotTV

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    Re: Asyano's Thread

    You look Low Beginner ,but at least you have the Basics down.
    I recommend looking through Darren's Tutorial.


 

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