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    My first time posting

    well what do you think am a little bit good
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    Re: My first time posting

    it is not done

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    Re: My first time posting

    Quote Originally Posted by thevincent2002
    it is not done
    The animation is seriously stiff, i couldn't see any easing, i thought the spacing was pretty bad and it went pretty quick. I suggest looking through some tutorials on DD to help.

    *I don't want to sound like a douche or anything but i'd say low beg. :c*

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    Re: My first time posting

    Quote Originally Posted by AlchemistEP
    Quote Originally Posted by thevincent2002
    it is not done
    The animation is seriously stiff, i couldn't see any easing, i thought the spacing was pretty bad and it went pretty quick. I suggest looking through some tutorials on DD to help.

    *I don't want to sound like a douche or anything but i'd say low beg. :c*
    Alch, for new members we tend to leave out most of the terms such as easing and spacing etc.

    vincent, if you need some help feel free to PM me, I'll help you get the basics. What we want to see are more realistic movements. So if someone was standing still then running, we would want to see him gain some speed, such as taking a few steps forward then really running fast. But yeah, PM me I'll give you a hand with everything

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    Re: My first time posting

    Quote Originally Posted by Blot
    Alch, for new members we tend to leave out most of the terms such as easing and spacing etc.

    vincent, if you need some help feel free to PM me, I'll help you get the basics. What we want to see are more realistic movements. So if someone was standing still then running, we would want to see him gain some speed, such as taking a few steps forward then really running fast. But yeah, PM me I'll give you a hand with everything
    Okie dokie. I'll remember that.

    Steam

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