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    huge swordplay tut! dunno if 56kb warning so be warned

    ok ive found this really difficult in the past and ive only seen one of theese tuts before but it was locked so i guess it was crap


    in this tut i will explain:
    drawing a sword
    slash
    jab
    combos
    and putting away the sword
    also some effects that may help
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    k so heres how to draw a sword from a back scieth
    note:this is frozenfires so dont credit me for this part

    heres what it should look like


    kk and heres step by step

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    kk its a bit hard but with practice
    sorry about no onion skinning confused_)


    now heres a waist draw


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    from this postition you can go into a slash very easily

    i will keep this updated keep watch
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    OMG, finally a sword tut 10/10

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    'Tis a good tut. But 90% ripped from Frozen. Which is why I don't like it. :I. But I certainly will use it,
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    Yes, it's ok. But like Pistol said, it doesn't seem so much yours because its mostly Frozens. Although your part was OK. You should've used more spacing in it though.

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    I didnt like the waist draw, but it was explained okay.
    And yeah it was basically frozens...

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    FIRSTLY , dont rip anims unless youve got writting permision from the owner k?
    and secondly , youve just shown the seperate frames , you havent really , DONE anything, you ccouldve at leaste explained the frames .
    and although the waist draw anim is smooth , that isnt how you would move/place your spare arm k?.

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    yeah well its only just started basicly im gunna do more myself so that will be a little part of it

    youve told me the arms were bad but you didnt tell me what

    and theres not really much to explain about the frames

    edit:btw its only 50% BORROWEDwithout permissionfrom ff550 at the moment
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    yeah there is , you could explain why each body part goes where ,or what this makes ETC.
    and the arm kinda just floats up .....
    it should curl up pointing forwards as the sword goes up k?

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    OOoo I've always stayed away from swords because I didn't know how to use them. Thanks for this )

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    hey i'm a nub but still, i dont think on the waist draw that anyone puts the sword edge up, and no one flips the sword upwards on one hand. on a waist draw, they use their opposite hand for example if swords on the right side, they use their left hand to draw, so dont have to flip up, because it is hard but not impossible to draw a sword in a fighting position if thats the way u call it, with the hand thats on the same side as t he sword, that's the way to draw for protecting the arm, and not usually done with katanas.


 
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