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    Lightbulb SteelMan- Preview of my First Huge Project

    MY PIVOT THREAD
    Current Project- Steelman
    Current Progress of Project:5%

    I know, the beginning is Kind of edgy, with no easing. But It starts to ease as I use more time
    That made no sense XD

    Here is the NEW test!
    With better easing and such!


    Here's a small, horrible looking fight XD I will take my time on the next one.
    Last edited by DonnyCraft; 10 Mar 2014 at 09:40 PM.
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    Current Project- SteelMan

    Progress- About 5%


    Attack on Titan Ganagstar!!!!!!!


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    Pretty nice, I like the arm screen thing. Though when the guy starts running I would have zoomed out to give the scene some more... camera elements
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    Argh, don't create a new thread just for that.
    Post in your previous thread, or keep this one.

    At any ways, one of them will be locked.

    I like the shadow under the head, but the screen is not well linked to the arm. Try using the joint feature. would be so much easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordpivot44 View Post
    Pretty nice, I like the arm screen thing. Though when the guy starts running I would have zoomed out to give the scene some more... camera elements
    Thanks! And this is a preview of a Huge Project.......it's not even CLOSE to done yet!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anton View Post
    Argh, don't create a new thread just for that.
    Post in your previous thread, or keep this one.

    At any ways, one of them will be locked.

    I like the shadow under the head, but the screen is not well linked to the arm. Try using the joint feature. would be so much easier.
    Thanks! I used the joint feature, too.
    And what new thread?

    ~Merged
    Last edited by The Black Mamba; 03 Mar 2014 at 09:59 PM.
    Current Project- SteelMan

    Progress- About 5%


    Attack on Titan Ganagstar!!!!!!!


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    This thread. already exists in the Pivot beginner hall.
    And this thread too.

    Need i say more ?

    And, wow. Doubleposting within a 1 minute time lapse, you have to edit your posts, man.

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    When you have another animation you want to show us, update your thread instead of posting a new one

    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Updating Your Thread

    When you've made a new animation, do not make a new thread. What you do is the following...

    -Host your new animation, and copy the URL.

    -Go into your thread

    -On the first page, and the first post with the animations you'll notice in the bottom right corner there is an edit button, click it.

    -You'll then see your thread with all the coding. Simply paste the URL of the newly hosted animation at the top of the thread ( Or the bottom ). And put the appopriate BBcoding around the url, like you did before. Then scroll down and click submit.

    Now your animation has been edited in on the front page. However your thread is probably not at the top so no one will see your thread.

    To get it at the top of the list, click "Post Reply" Then make a short comment, such as update, then the link to your animation and possibly adding a lil description about it. Then submit. Your thread will now be at the top. You can bump your thread at any time but you must be updating with a new animation.

    Feel free to pm for help.
    ^ That should help you out.


    The effects in that one is really good for a beginner, and it looks like you use a lot of effort on them, but you really need to work on your movements. I would start by trying make them more smooth and eased. I would recommend Darren's pivot tutorial.

    Keep animating, listen to advices, read tutorials and you will become a great animator
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    I was coming here to say the same thing but Henjo and Anton already covered it, thanks guys. You can only have one thread.

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    Sorry! Won't happen again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henjo View Post
    When you have another animation you want to show us, update your thread instead of posting a new one



    ^ That should help you out.


    The effects in that one is really good for a beginner, and it looks like you use a lot of effort on them, but you really need to work on your movements. I would start by trying make them more smooth and eased. I would recommend Darren's pivot tutorial.

    Keep animating, listen to advices, read tutorials and you will become a great animator
    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnyCraft View Post
    Sorry! Won't happen again!
    This promise hadn't lasted very long. 1 minute ... again.
    there is a button 'edit post' somewhere. You better use it before things worsen.


 
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