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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby FireBind » Sun May 07, 2017 12:50 am

Llama wrote:All I'm gonna say is that the face breaking effect is fucking hilarious



Thank you.
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby tuna » Sun May 07, 2017 9:20 am

lol sorry, no improvement
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby FireBind » Sun May 07, 2017 10:08 am

Tuna wrote:lol sorry, no improvement



Oh, maybe you didn't get it. It wasn't improvement like: To the next level (From Beginner to Intermediate). It was just about from nobody to Beginner, did you finally get it?
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby tuna » Sun May 07, 2017 10:10 am

no yea nah sorry i understood what you mean. imo the movements look no better than before.
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Finom » Sun May 07, 2017 12:19 pm

Hype wrote:This conversation makes me want to barf.
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Echo » Sun May 07, 2017 2:51 pm

FireBind wrote:If somebody say that i am not improved then he is a fu**ing liar. (scool

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You have't improved much, but you have improved. It still looks pretty bad, keep animating im sure you'll "improve" more.
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Lithium wrote:Enjoyed that, how about making one with a huge boulder chasing a dude. I reckon you'd be really good at something like that. (thumbsup (thumbsup
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby FireBind » Sun May 07, 2017 3:28 pm

Echo wrote:
FireBind wrote:If somebody say that i am not improved then he is a fu**ing liar. (scool

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You have't improved much, but you have improved. It still looks pretty bad, keep animating im sure you'll "improve" more.


Thanks. Do you have some helpful notes? (Some mistakes in my animation and e.t.c)
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Finom » Tue May 09, 2017 9:20 pm

Hey guys I tried out keyframes (don't look at me I know it's bad) and I actually did something. Wow actually something

Took way too long to turn this
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into this

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I feel like I actually did something so now would be a fantastic time for all you sadists to give me cc and tell me how bad I actually am and how I can improve. :3
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby ~Raymond » Tue May 09, 2017 9:49 pm

Thats great Hype! At times the spacing was a bit off with the stickman, but the other two objects had some nice smooth movements. Its great that you're using keyframes. I'm sure with more practice you'll get much better!
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Echo » Wed May 10, 2017 11:18 am

That's pretty cool, i really like the outcome
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Lithium wrote:Enjoyed that, how about making one with a huge boulder chasing a dude. I reckon you'd be really good at something like that. (thumbsup (thumbsup
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Fenix » Wed May 10, 2017 5:53 pm

The conversation before MADE me barf. That's fantastic Hype, though it slightly felt like you lowered the fps to excuse bigger spacing. But it's still fantastic :D

CC please?
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Finom » Wed May 10, 2017 8:30 pm

Can someone explain big and small spacing? God I'm dumb

I don't get how the cowboy shoots the gun while spinning it
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Llama » Wed May 10, 2017 8:46 pm

Hype wrote:Can someone explain big and small spacing?


Spacing is just that, the amount of space in between movements. Your spacing will vary depending on what you're trying to convey and even your style. Big spacing leaves a lot of room between motions and is used to convey speed and power, as the motion happens in a small span of time over a long distance. The thing with big spacing is that too much or two much gap between your motions will leave it looking way too fast to be perceived by the naked eye, looking like something teleported rather than fluidly moved. Small spacing is stuff like small, minute movements used for idle animations. It's a bit more appealing to the eye as the slower motion is more easily tracked and perceived than the fast, vivid motions portrayed by big spacing. Small spacing is most prevelant in stuff like slow motion sequences where you're moving fractions of an inch per frame to really give off that time-stopping appearance. Use this to change small details like a small hand motion or a light head nod.


Hype wrote:I don't get how the cowboy shoots the gun while spinning it


automatic revolving trigger that goes off every revolution at a certain point DUUUUHHH
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Finom » Thu May 11, 2017 3:25 pm

Thank you. Wait, so if I did a cartwheel, I'd fire a gun?
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Re: Beginner Animation Chat/ Showoff [01]

Postby Fenix » Thu May 11, 2017 5:56 pm

Can i get the CC please then? lel.
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