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    Fullbodies

    When i see people's fullbodies I try to make my own and they dont move properly is there a certain way to make them

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    Re: Fullbodies

    If they don't move properly it's because you're not animating them well >_>

    Leave full bodies until you're a good animator.

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    Re: Fullbodies

    I can use other peoples full bodies just not my own

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    Re: Fullbodies

    Maybe you're rubbish at stick making then.

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    Re: Fullbodies

    yes but any tips would be appreciated as this is the help section

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    Re: Fullbodies

    I'm not really a stick maker either...but I would say to start off with simple fullbodies (like the default stkman) and make sure you have the proportions right. Example: don't make two legs separately if there is no difference in them. Make sure that the joints are placed correctly on each frame. An easy way to do this, is to align the start of a joint with the end of a joint.
    Like this:
    [img]http://**********.com/img/1240092399.bmp[/img]
    Not like this:
    [img]http://**********.com/img/1240092427.bmp[/img]
    You see how it overlaps?
    Of course you are free to rotate it once it's in position.

    Also, look for tutorials about fullbodies. If you can't find any, request one.
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    [center:24pu3o4q]Free Stuff!
    I shit you not...[/center:24pu3o4q]

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    Re: Fullbodies

    Its probably just the way you are setting up the different sticks when animating.
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    Re: Fullbodies

    make sure you go from the bottom up, ex. for forarm, take it from the hand up to elbow, at elbow joint, put from that up to head or what ever you want

    *You must be prepared for harsh critique. What I offer is in sight on what you should of done and you may get a offended, but you must understand if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen of art.

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    Re: Fullbodies

    thanks i might go ahead and reuqest one but il will have good go at it first

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    Re: Fullbodies

    hey, heres a full body i made. i call him Megaton, muhahahahaha!

    *You must be prepared for harsh critique. What I offer is in sight on what you should of done and you may get a offended, but you must understand if you can't take the heat get out of the kitchen of art.


 
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