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    Just Call Me ESPIO

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    BBODD-IV INCOMPLETE





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    "The Basics"


    WALK(Improved)
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    Last edited by Espio; 12 Mar 2014 at 11:02 PM. Reason: Update; Added Anim. , Re-formatting
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    well newbie you've covered the basic's so its just fine for a beginner but u have to learn more advanced stuff like lighting and start using fullbody's soon enough i was practicing earlier it is really not that hard until you start using backgrounds with it though then it really goes like hell ugh im still trying to convert pivot into a working mac app its so HARD ! well for last thought just low to med beginner for now

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    you've covered the basic's so its just fine for a beginner but u have to learn more advanced stuff like lighting and start using fullbody's soon enough
    Oh, boy. Lightning effects, and fullbody's stuff may have to wait.

    The basic criteria named easing is totally absent from these camera moves. His head has vertical shakiness, and it's difficult to see foot placement due to heavy spacing.
    And the anim shows a short short run, so there's not much else to say about it.

    Take your time to visit around, and see some tutorials. Then, try a longer animation (50-100 frames), then we could better help you to improve yourself.

    low beginner

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    thanx for the feedback Anton, I was in such a rush just to get something, maybe i should've taken my time

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    Take your time and try not to rush, try implementing easing to improve your animations

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciarangillion View Post
    Take your time and try not to rush, try implementing easing to improve your animations
    I'll try to work on that, thanks.
    I mean I understand the concept of easing I just cant help rushing sometimes
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    UPDATE!! a better walking anim.
    I actually took my time on this one, ok well I kinda started rushing towards the *end* though...
    Last edited by Espio; 27 Feb 2014 at 03:58 AM. Reason: typo
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    Looks bettter than your first, still a little stiff, and there are some hiccups in the walk like the last step seems to be off

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpectre View Post
    Looks bettter than your first, still a little stiff, and there are some hiccups in the walk like the last step seems to be off
    yeah, I started rushing again. I just get so anxious while I'm animating.
    I get so excited about seeing the end result that i cant wait, hence I start rushing to finish...

    ....which lowers the quality of the end result, now I feel retarted
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    your new animation is really stiff what you could do move your back and try stretching segments also apply easing to the anim so thats pretty much it though :I im abandoning the converting pivot 4 for mac and go back using stykz


 
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