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    [THREAD]uzumwmy

    [center:39to0rrc]low beginner [05/06/2011]

    low beginner borderline [03/01/2012]

    Welcome to my thread!

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    Your movements are stiff, but with work you'll improve
    I'd say your low beginner/borderline. Keep working.

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    thank you (: mm.. rank?

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    Yes, this would be about Medium Beginner.

    You move every joint in every frame, but it's mainly your spacing that needs work. There isn't really any easing to show change in speed. You either change it in one frame, which makes it look really sudden and not very appealing, or don't change it. Make sure to change your speed over a series of different frames, and this way you'll get a more smoother looking animation. I think what's happening is you're trying to ease, but when you do it is very small and very fast. This usually looks best on powerful attack moves, but even then you've got to be careful.

    My best advice is to click through the frames, and keep checking your spacing and ask yourself if this is changing way too fast. Also keep your spacing consistent where it needs to be. That means, that if a car was travelling a certain speed, say 60 miles per hour, then don't have it one frame with super small spacing. Keep it constant.

    Good luck man. Your animation is pretty good for the most part. I liked the bases and effects you used, and you did move all the joints so your movements are somewhat good at the moment.

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    jojishi wow thank you very much (:

    try to improve, I will put to see the pictures one by one to animate better.

    I've always loved your animations.

    I am medium beginner definitive? (:

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    A little bit stiff, you need to work on you poses they look uncomfortable. Try and make them faster and longer you need to work on spacing and easing. Nice effects could use some backgrounds. Borderline low beginner. There is a few things you need to work on try to do more tests and work on changing speed you do it to suddenly. Nice bases did you make them?there really isn't much to review here try and post more things. Stay active.courtesy- I wrote a review for you so you should write a review for me Link to my thread is a the bottom in my signature.
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    [center:23yq8c40]Fallen kingdom: 26/1500 frames est. [postponed until I get better movements]
    Juke joint: some where between 200 and 400 frames/????[/center:23yq8c40]

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy



    new animation! flow and easing test!!

    medium beginner? (:

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    yes, medium med beg n_n

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    Quote Originally Posted by _Gaming_man_
    yes, medium med beg n_n
    Not just any kind of Medium Beginner, you're a Medium Medium Beginner.
    Ņ?Ņ?Ņ?Ņ? Seriously though, that's some great CC, that's the comment that should get him to Intermediate.


    Anyways, that's looking good, you've got a nice sense of flow, but I recommend that you try to do some real movements, just moving one or two limbs and claim to have flow isn't really the thing to do, I recommend you to create a little parcour and try to implement flow into that, you'll see that it isn't as easy..

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    Re: [THREAD]uzumwmy

    ok, thank you :3, will try to improve


 
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