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    Thanks, helped alot

    Newbie To Pivot ^^ Obviously -.-

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    Very nice, I think you should put some finished results later. The noobs always need visual learning, or are ya just being lazy?

    Yea...and maybe add something about flowing the movements? I see some people can't chain their fighting moves well. Like they punch, pause, punch, pause, kick, pause...
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    i think it would help if you added a correct non stiff and non choppy version
    good tut.
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    *Explains physics*

    Lol...

    Anyways, good tutorial! Should help some people (Me included, lol...) get rid of some common problems, and make animations look better.
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    Nice stuff Xmpt. It'll really help some people. Hell, it even helped me with exactly what easing looked like while in the animation process. Nice.
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    hey

    great tutrial fantastic explanation

    ^credz to iamcheater2k5 (thanks very much)^


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    Nice tut man, lovin' that physics example :P
    This should really help some beginners.
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    Nice one, man!
    I love the fighting example. Really helped me alot, and I'm an Intermediate!
    Keep it up!
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    How about easing/spacing?
    I know there's a billion of those tuts but it would fit in here, and pretty much all beginners needs to work on that.
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    um ive been wondering this but...is it reccomended to use pivot 2.2.5 or can i use 3? cause i got both but some of the good anims are made in 2...um just wondering


 
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