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    Fresh Newbie Modernman312's Avatar
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    Hello everybody welcome to my thread, every thing you say about my animations will mean alot of help for me.


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    sword Fight!!
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    If you can't see the animation here's the link:
    Swordfight_zps6f4bce25.gif Photo by Modernman312 | Photobucket

    I have just finished this last night, Prototype Game inspired
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    Speed Test
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    3D Claw Test
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    Older animations i forgot to put

    Its Cyborg ver Monster
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    The angry Man
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    Hello. Let me CC yours animations.

    the main problem :
    - Extreme spacing, too often : we can't follow the movements. Try moving the sticks regulary (not Stop & Go), with progressive acceleration & deceleration.
    Remember : we don't know how the sticks will fight, that's why the animation needs Easing. It helps the spectator to follow the moves with ease.

    Other issues :
    - The feets are shaking on the ground. I know it's hard to be pixel-perfect here, but it's worth it.
    - The stickmen's back are stiff most of the time. It has to move, like every other dot, each frame.

    Check out the tutorials to learn about easing, and fighting poses.

    Keep it on, you know how to be flow, and how to use fast effects (maybe too much)
    Find the middle point between those two manners to animate, there is a lot of potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton View Post
    Hello. Let me CC yours animations.

    the main problem :
    - Extreme spacing, too often : we can't follow the movements. Try moving the sticks regulary (not Stop & Go), with progressive acceleration & deceleration.
    Remember : we don't know how the sticks will fight, that's why the animation needs Easing. It helps the spectator to follow the moves with ease.

    Other issues :
    - The feets are shaking on the ground. I know it's hard to be pixel-perfect here, but it's worth it.
    - The stickmen's back are stiff most of the time. It has to move, like every other dot, each frame.

    Check out the tutorials to learn about easing, and fighting poses.

    Keep it on, you know how to be flow, and how to use fast effects (maybe too much)
    Find the middle point between those two manners to animate, there is a lot of potential.
    Ok, I understand.

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    at the 3d claw test you have to look at the foot. it kind of flips over really fast if you know what i mean. so keep that part smooth
    epicperry!



 

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