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  1. #1
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    1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    Here is my most recent animation I am working on. Some constructive criticism or feed back would be great. I'd post an IMG but I don't enjoy the gif rape, so here's the link.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EztAH...ature=youtu.be

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    Re: 1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    You have alot of potential on heavy spacing. Ease more, move all limbs, and flow and you should be moving up quickly

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    Re: 1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Sir_Octaivan~
    You have alot of potential on heavy spacing. Ease more, move all limbs, and flow and you should be moving up quickly
    Alright, will do, thanks for the feedback

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    Re: 1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    You are a good animator i like your effects.
    But your movements are stiff and sometimes thy don't flow and just stops some where, you should look at some tutorials about spacing

    Medium-Beginner

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    Re: 1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    I just thinked that the animation is too confuse to understand
    But you got a potential, and your effects are also goods.
    Med Begginer
    Sorry for my english mistakes
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    Re: 1 vs 1000 (Work in Progress)

    You just inspired me. :l

    I think you got the basics down. You just need to work on flow and other things. I'm not good at cc. XD

    This is why you don't see me going around on other peoples thread CCing


 

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