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    Veteran Enthusiast Kyle's Avatar


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    New Correct Way to Position a Beam!

    Ok, I look through the beginners section and see people totally screwing up on how to have the arms positioned while having a stickman shoot a beam, so I decided to make a little description on how to correctly have the arms positioned.

    WRONG


    Ive seen this done many times and it is just wrong. Looks more like the guys trying to make an O or C with his arms rather than shoot a beam.

    RIGHT

    This is probably the best way to do it. Have the arms straight out. Thats how the arms might look from the side. Or you might just add a slight bend in each arm for realism.

    I hope this tut helped some people having trouble with beams.
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    hey thats helpfull, ill add it onto my tutorial, on how to do a beam like of DBZ [dragon ball z]
    ill give credit
    My blast tut
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    Re: New Correct Way to Position a Beam!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle
    Ok, I look through the beginners section and see people totally screwing up on how to have the arms positioned while having a stickman shoot a beam, so I decided to make a little description on how to correctly have the arms positioned.

    WRONG


    Ive seen this done many times and it is just wrong. Looks more like the guys trying to make an O or C with his arms rather than shoot a beam.

    RIGHT

    This is probably the best way to do it. Have the arms straight out. Thats how the arms might look from the side. Or you might just add a slight bend in each arm for realism.

    I hope this tut helped some people having trouble with beams.
    Well,actually it's only your opinion.I mean the way you showed it as good looks better,but it's totaly your opinion. *:+

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    yeah, if you dont like the tut, dont use it.
    I must say a lot of the tuts are based on ones opinion of how to do things right, for instance, ive seen a ton of running tuts, all with different types of runs. The ppl that made those tuts are using their opinion that its a good way to run.

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    well it's not exactly "new" since most intermediates know how to do this already, but thanks for helping out the begginers =D

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    im working wit my leg2 what if u want to shoot a beam out of your foot
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    Don't bump old topics.

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    You have good sight, or good ctrl+c, ctrl+v skills. Also your computer might be set to %500 magnification.


 

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