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    Animating>_>

    When I animate I use the proper easing technique. But It's sometimes hard for me as a beginner because I try to make my animations as good as possible by following an interz example, so It's hard for me to animate. What do I do?


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    Re: Animating>_>

    Keep practicing?

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    Re: Animating>_>

    Don't try and emulate any other animator, good animation is 50% movements and 50% choreography, each embued with individual flair.

    Just open Pivot and make the character move, akin to picking up a pencil and drawing, everyone can do it, there's no real trick save experience.

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    Re: Animating>_>

    Animate how you want to animate. The rest will come.

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    Re: Animating>_>

    Chimaera what rank are you btw? I wanna see your animations, I do try to animate but It's hard sometimes.


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    Re: Animating>_>

    Quote Originally Posted by Tezzie
    Chimaera what rank are you btw? I wanna see your animations, I do try to animate but It's hard sometimes.
    I'm pretty sure that Chimaera doesn't animate. Aside from that, though you shouldn't completely imitate how someone animates, you should definitely use them as an influence. The rest of your talent comes from practice. Practice one skill until you're decent at it, then move onto another.
    Quote Originally Posted by cold_sausage
    tht is a 2 word post pls add more 2 yor comment or i will report you to the mods

    i dun think this is real just fake


 

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