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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    Up
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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    Oh god, that is awesome! But try a bit smaller heavyspacing. Super funny, cool cartoonish style
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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    Thanks ^^'

    more coments?? :B

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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    B.super ^^ you animation is more esing...xD hmmm low interz/high bed
    please courstesy(sygnatture)

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    Up,smoth fight...

    Coments plz ^^'

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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    Your animation and styles are great.

    However i think your main problem is the pace at which your animation go.

    No i dont mean easing, b/c you've pretty much got that down, but what i mean is that, in some of your animations you build up the (I don't know what the term is but i'll just go with adrenaline) adrenaline in an animation and then you chop it up.

    I know that's a bit unclear, so I'll attempt to explain it a bit more.

    What i mean is, the animation at one point is very fast pasted, and the watcher is completely into the animation, but then, some times you tend to slow the action down before the end of the animation, leaving the viewer very confused and and the animation dis-jointed.

    There will be parts where everything is moving fast, but then a second later very slow, and then a few moments later faster again.

    Basically the point of this long-winded post was to tell you to try to keep the adrenaline of your animations the way you ease:

    A build up to the action---- the action--- and then the slow down to the end of the animation.

    Hope this helped, and if this is still unclear, let me know and i'll try to be a bit more understandable ;P


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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //



    up,credits to [N]ico.

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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    UP!!

    crono tribute,check the 1st post =D

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    Re: Lemur animation Lets go inter //

    Your animations are smooth but they need a little work on easing.
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