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    ThomThom's Thread

    Ok.. How do I give show you my animations without attachments?
    Making crappy animations.. Frame by frame.

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    Re: Rate!

    That is Low-Beginner. Right now, you mainly need to work on easing. I'll check back on you soon to see how much you have improved.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thom-Thom
    Im not good at animating...
    YET you mean. This used to be me less than 3 months ago.
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    Re: Rate!

    Thankyou! Thankyou so much!
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    Re: Rate!

    Well, first of all the animation isn't terrible, yet its not perfect. But I think I can give you a good idea on how to improve.
    Fristly, when he punches him the reaction isn't quite right, think about it. If you were punched in the jaw you'd stumble a little more than just a step, right?
    Well it looks like the reaction of a push, fix that and it will look fine.
    Next, foot placement, when the red stickfigure stands still his feet shake, well you have to make sure the feet are within the onion skin (Grey outline). This will stop the feet from shaking and will make the animation a lot better.
    Other than the blue guys head and back shaking after ther punch, the animation is pretty smooth.
    Work on these things and you'll be a great animator in no time, hope this helps! Just another quick thing, I like the ground stumble effect you put in there, it makes it look a lot more powerful, good job
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    Re: Rate!

    Umm... Rate?
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