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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (In the maki

    I already had the dive roll on the list, and I wanted to avoid using the larger man because the "athletic man" is more relatable to a stick figure's shape. I added the punch. That slow motion shot was excellent. It should really help studying recoil. Thanks!
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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (In the maki

    Wow, this is great, very useful. Good job on this Pyro

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (In the maki

    Some good shit there man. Glad to know there's an archive of different moves to study; it will definitely help loads for some people.

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    Wow, that's awesome. Thanks alot for this, Pyro.

    I'll be sure to use this in the future!

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro Mecha
    How to draw a pistol
    I was expecting a pencil tutorial, but I guess this kinda makes more sense.

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    Uhm, can I add a gif of a running loop I did?

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    Quote Originally Posted by thepivotstudent
    Uhm, can I add a gif of a running loop I did?
    But that's not really what this thread is for lol.

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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    Quote Originally Posted by thepivotstudent
    Uhm, can I add a gif of a running loop I did?
    I'm sticking only with live action. As I said, it's hard to reference a movement by watching an animation; it's a lot easier to look how it's suppose to look like in real life (especially slow motion).
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    Re: The Ultimate Animation Reference Collection (9/15 Update

    you might find this one useful -
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QRy27cx6mc

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