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  1. #1
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    FrostFright's Animations

    Here's my Thread. I'll be updating it when I can, but sometimes I'm a little busy. Since I'm just a beginner, I'm trying very hard here; so any comments, advice from you guys will totally help me out. Here's some of my animations:

    Updated 4/2/2014
    Is there anything I can improve on?

    Walking Animation
    The first walk animation I did: http://i57.tinypic.com/2yk17hz.jpg

    My second walk animation:
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    My new animation:
    Punching Animation: (New) 4/2/2014
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    Last edited by FrostFright; 02 Apr 2014 at 02:23 AM.

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    I think the head is a bit looking down that somehow anoying me haha
    and exept that i suggest you to put some foot on the stick to look more real

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    Thanks, I'll edit that. But is the walk okay? Is it too fast?

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    The walk needs to be more fluid. When you watch a person walking in real life, you won't see him pause or slow down after each step, he stays at a constant motion.

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    Thanks, I'll be sure to practice the basics like this first

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    Not bad, but a few kinks here and there. On your second walking animation, the guy just sort of looks...bland. Maybe give him some more personality; have his arms flail just a bit whenever he raises and lowers his arms, move his body a bit instead of having him stiffened up, heck, you could even do a giant exaggerated walk where he swaggers all over the place. You could also work a little bit on foot placement and keeping the foot from shaking and jittering. Keep the work up.

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    I think that all you need to do is watch oblivionfalls tutorials and maybe some of tupillius's and you'll be good
    some people like books,others like movies and some like music
    some like all three
    some like books and music
    some people like music and movies
    some like movies and books
    ...yeah

    -inspirational quote


 

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