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  1. #1
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    Coolio226's Animations

    [center:3ddwfnxc]Coolio226's Animation Thread[/center:3ddwfnxc]

    Welcome to my thread. I've just started using pivot again after a few years on and off, and decided to make a thread on here.
    So, without further ado, let the hilarity ensue. Lolrhymes

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    More Combat Practice-Kicks

    Now that I look at it, there's a huge amount of overreaction
    after the spin. It had to be after it's uploaded.


    Don't Mess With Gravity

    This was my first try at camera movements and proper (if cartoony) physics.

    Three Hit Combo

    This was just me seeing if I could do a decent animation after a few years.[/center:3ddwfnxc]




    Rate and comment if you wish.
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    [center:25e1dxxo]My Animations[/center:25e1dxxo]

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    You are ok, but, you need to work on stiffness and choppyness, so, I recommend you check the tutorial section.
    you'll get there eventualy

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    the second one was cool

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    Quote Originally Posted by Neoflashtv
    You are ok, but, you need to work on stiffness and choppyness, so, I recommend you check the tutorial section.
    you'll get there eventualy
    Thanks, I thought the first one looked relatively loose, but I'll take a look at the tutorials.

    Quote Originally Posted by ECCO-SM
    the second one was cool
    Yea, I thought that was pretty funny too.
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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    Pretty sweet man! I enjoyed all of your animations. I can't really say much since I suck at the whole criticizing thing, but I can tell that your animations lack easing at times. Anyway, can't wait for an update man! I have my eye on this thread. If I happen to miss your update PM me, and I will gladly comment. (:

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver
    Pretty sweet man! I enjoyed all of your animations. I can't really say much since I suck at the whole criticizing thing, but I can tell that your animations lack easing at times. Anyway, can't wait for an update man! I have my eye on this thread. If I happen to miss your update PM me, and I will gladly comment. (:
    Thanks for your enthusiasm, and it's probably best I don't get criticised too much. I give up pretty quick if stuff doesn't work. But yea, new animation added, it's just a few little kicks. Nothing much. I tried to have a closer look at easing, I hope it worked a little better.
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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    My opinions
    first one.
    Good, but over exagerated physics.

    Second one
    Good, great camera movements.

    third one
    Great!

    work on easing and work on not over exaggeration
    Don't rectify, signify. we shoot anyone who does the opposite.

  8. #8
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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    I really like your animations work on longer animation's keep up the good work though

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    I would work on easing for the most part. Some of your movements are stiff too. Remember that you start off slow, build up speed, then slow down after a movement>>easing pretty much. Overall, I like your animations. Work on movements too. There are a bunch of great tuts on darkdemon. Overall, I like ur animations.

    Courtesy??
    [center:k3an3y1l][/center:k3an3y1l]
    [center:k3an3y1l]Courtesy?
    http://darkdemon.org/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=90640[/center:k3an3y1l]

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    Re: Coolio226's Animations

    Low beginner. You need to work on choppiness, flow and stiffness, try moving every joint in every frame.

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