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  1. #1
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    MasterMan's Pivot Thread

    Yea, there isnt much to it yet. My computer's hardrive got erased and I lost a bunch of files. Here is what I have so far.

    =Animations=
    Animations Never Win
    Sig Test


    =Avatars/Sigs=
    MasterMan Avatar


    =Previews=
    Catwalk Fight Preview

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    Not bad...stiff but not bad just work a little on the physics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid-Zero
    Not bad...stiff but not bad just work a little on the physics.
    Physics?.. that's the only thing. Movements needs work cause in some part it's choppy.

    Tutorial, now.

    Man, i've been telling everybody in beginnerhall to go check some tut =/
    Click here
    Go and check him out.

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    ...Sometimes Im focusing on one figure and i forget about the other...


    and i just messed up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzietae
    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid-Zero
    Not bad...stiff but not bad just work a little on the physics.
    Physics?.. that's the only thing. Movements needs work cause in some part it's choppy.

    Tutorial, now.

    Man, i've been telling everybody in beginnerhall to go check some tut =/
    EXCEPT ME! BLARG!


    work on pretty much everything,,.....


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    Wow...even though it wasn't animated as well as it could've been, the 'Animations Never Win" animation was pretty darn good. I really liked it, very entertaining. Just work on your movements and smoothness. Smaller movements each frame would increase smoothness. Think about movements in real life and incorporate them into your animations. Keep it up!

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    They're pretty smooth... most of the time... don't use the default stick. Also, try to learn spacing, and become faster on parts where you need to be faster-moving.

    J00 HAVE BEEN TEH COURTESIZED.
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