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    Puddin
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    Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    [center:1nkpa2jf]Running,Walking
    Tutorial



    Walking:
    Folow the frames so you can make a sweet walk

    frame 1


    frame 2


    frame 3


    frame 4


    frame 5


    frame6




    Running:
    A simple smooth run

    frame 1


    frame 2


    frame 3


    frame 4


    frame 5



    Gif for the run:

    No pivot files sorry

    Thats all i hope i helped and wish u luck with it!

    Credits to Krustalien for the base.
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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    add the gifs of the examples of the run. It's hard to tell if it looks good without seeing the end product.

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    i added it

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    I was talking about the walk as well haha!

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    Re:

    Quote Originally Posted by Blot
    I was talking about the walk as well haha!
    This, and I'm not a big fan of the run, to be honest.

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    Run poses are awful. Walk's probably not the greatest too. Don't make tutorials unless you've shown understanding of the piece of animating up to intermediate standard at least.

    Uh, hi. I do stuff.

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    k ill try new one when i improve more

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    I remember in the old days when we used to make tutorials frequently, we often said "pictures of each frame don't make a tutorial". It's the description, the reasoning and the effort which makes it a tutorial, and there's none of that here.

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    Quote Originally Posted by Bolt
    I remember in the old days when we used to make tutorials frequently, we often said "pictures of each frame don't make a tutorial". It's the description, the reasoning and the effort which makes it a tutorial, and there's none of that here.
    I agree, you might as well just hand out a .piv and let people study that.

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    Re: Could this be a "A Tutorial for Beginners"

    Posting a tutorial is claiming you have a solid understanding of something. In all honesty, you don't have your running down very well and it's not fair for beginners to view this tutorial and be taught that they should animate it that way.
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