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    Front flip test

    Hey guy's. This is a test animation used for a fight scene in my movie. I know it could be better. But i want your opinions. No mean comments please.
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...tfliptest.gif/
    Thank you all! I made this a short while ago!


    I did some lighting effects in it too!
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    Re: Front flip test

    If you mean, no mean comments as in no criticism, then how are you going to get better at pivot? Take my advice. Take criticism, take it in, try to fix flaws spotted by others and get better.
    Wow, where do I start... Mate, you need to have:
    -easing
    -flow
    -spacing
    Or, just look at Baha's tutorial. Or P2k's tutorial. That will be your starting point to success.


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    Re: Front flip test

    Yes, you would benefit quite a bit from Bahamut's tutorial: viewtopic.php?f=36&t=22662

    The animation is pretty cool, but you need to make movements happen over a series of frames instead of like a slide show. The program won't magically make it move from one point to the next. You need lots of different frames for that to happen.

    The idea of the animation was cool. Good luck in future animating.

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    Re: Front flip test

    Hey man we all start somewhere, once you learn your way around the program i'm sure youll be great. Just click on the Darren's Tutorial part of my sig, read it man. Study, make simple tests and you'll notice some impressive improvement. Good luck man, PM me if you need help.

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    Re: Front flip test

    Keep all your animations in ONE thread.


 

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