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Thread: My First Animation :3

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    Smile My First Animation :3


    Hi. Im new in this site and i decided to put up my first animation.I just started and ended today so its really crappy. I'm a beginner and i wanna get better at this stuff. so yea :3.
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    See the tutorials on this website,you should make smoother animations,i recommend you to practice easing,one animation takes time

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    well it looks like a low beginers work low beginer for you cuz the hitter is supposed to stay on the ground and he needs to be more vibrant not the ones that looks like a 5 year did it and you need to work on your anims a lot the above me has got a point you need to learn a lot so yeah

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    needs more easing. smoothness. work on movements. I admire your combo ethic. dude awesome idea I just had. combo bros lol. anyways... nice but yes see you in the tut section

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    Hey! What do you guys think of mine? Ive been practicing on easing and smoothing and gravity
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    coolguy, what are you doing ? for better animations, you have to move every dot of a moving stickman. Otherwise, it looks stiff.

    And for enderslime, that's way too short. Please try to do an anim with 50+ frames if you want some really constructive CC. (commentaries)
    And remember : longer anims (hundreds of frames) make you improving way faster than simple 10-framed tests or copycats of tutorials.
    At least, you already move all the dots. that's a good start
    Last edited by Anton; 20 Jan 2014 at 05:33 PM.


 

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