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    ~ Precii's Thread - Update!

    [center:3vfgusne]Hello everyone, Welcome to my thread ^^[/center:3vfgusne]


    SO to start with..




    Effects and 3D Movements test:


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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    I do agree with the animation being almost High-Beginner material, but there's no way it can be your first, hands down. ( of course, not unless someone of a higher rank has actually helped you with this )

    Anyway, really flowy and easy to watch movements. I like the subtle background movements you have added to the beginning of the animation.

    Overall, it has quite a specific oldschool feeling to it, so keep at animating. I'll keep an eye on you.

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sm0k33w33d420
    I do agree with the animation being almost High-Beginner material, but there's no way it can be your first, hands down. ( of course, not unless someone of a higher rank has actually helped you with this )

    Anyway, really flowy and easy to watch movements. I like the subtle background movements you have added to the beginning of the animation.

    Overall, it has quite a specific oldschool feeling to it, so keep at animating. I'll keep an eye on you.
    Lol actually my brother helped me, but I did all the frames myself. He just gave me advises and I came up with this in around 1 hour. ^^

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    And I have a problem, when I save my gif files the animations become waaaaaayy too slow, like the first animation. Anyone help on how to save the gif file? I use pivot 2.

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Precii
    And I have a problem, when I save my gif files the animations become waaaaaayy too slow, like the first animation. Anyone help on how to save the gif file? I use pivot 2.
    Here you go.
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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Rescue Potato
    Quote Originally Posted by Precii
    And I have a problem, when I save my gif files the animations become waaaaaayy too slow, like the first animation. Anyone help on how to save the gif file? I use pivot 2.
    Here you go.


    Thank you very much. =D

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    You are pretty frikin awesome, but do you expect me to believe that this is ur firat animation?!
    I mean SRSLY

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Ok so, to clear the confusion, this is my first animation AFTER several fails, around 10-15 tries and with help I came up with this.

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Not bad, though in the beginning walk he should have picked up his feet more, and during the run his back arm should not have been so floppy. I liked the camera movements though, and you did a decent job on the transition from walk to run.

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    Re: ~ Precii's Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Kellawgs
    Not bad, though in the beginning walk he should have picked up his feet more, and during the run his back arm should not have been so floppy. I liked the camera movements though, and you did a decent job on the transition from walk to run.
    Thank you


 
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