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Lp9's Animations / Simple 3D

Postby lp9 » Mon Oct 26, 2015 12:21 pm

I'll post all my animations here i guess



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Quick 3D handthrow August 23 2017
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Simple 3D October 23 2016
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One vs Many October 23 2016
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With tremor
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Run Spinkick October 8 2016
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Simple effects October 7 2016
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Psychic vs stickman January 2 2016
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Combo test 2 December 30 2015
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3D walk and punch December 29 2015
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Run n' slip December 28 2015
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Energy blast October 30 2015
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Camera shake test October 29 2015
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Walk & run October 28 2015
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Fire punch October 27 2015
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Made an another animation today, a combo test October 27 2015
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Here's one i made yesterday, testing pivot 4 out. This is my first animation in years, so it might not be that good. October 26 2015
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 3:19 am

Made an another animation today, a combo test

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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby Juke » Tue Oct 27, 2015 5:56 am

Awesome stuff dude, keep it up!
Also when you update your thread with a new animation, also edit the new animation into the first post.
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby TθPS » Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:39 am

Great stuff!but these animations is little shaky, and try the control/ctrl button,it's awesome.
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Tue Oct 27, 2015 4:41 pm

Thanks everyone!


UPDATE: Made a fire punch, i like this one.

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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby Raymond » Tue Oct 27, 2015 6:56 pm

Very creative man. I can't tell you how many fire punches I've seen animated, but this one stands out for some reason. I like the little effects you added like the cracks in the ground and the way the wall crumbles from the impact. Little things like that really bring the animation to life. I would say the main things you should work on is foot placement and making sure the figure doesn't shake at times. I'm sure you'll get the hang of that soon and get intermediate pretty quick.
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby Madnessthunder » Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:36 pm

Raymond wrote:Very creative man. I can't tell you how many fire punches I've seen animated, but this one stands out for some reason. I like the little effects you added like the cracks in the ground and the way the wall crumbles from the impact. Little things like that really bring the animation to life. I would say the main things you should work on is foot placement and making sure the figure doesn't shake at times. I'm sure you'll get the hang of that soon and get intermediate pretty quick.

I agree with Raymond. Your animations could use some work, but if you're just a beginner you'll be inters in no time. That fire punch made me jelly, keep up the good work man.

EDIT: I actually liked that animation a lot and made a tribute to it. Here.

I've been on a shit animation streak with no inspiration, I thank you for your animation friend (scool
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Wed Oct 28, 2015 7:44 am

Raymond wrote:Very creative man. I can't tell you how many fire punches I've seen animated, but this one stands out for some reason. I like the little effects you added like the cracks in the ground and the way the wall crumbles from the impact. Little things like that really bring the animation to life. I would say the main things you should work on is foot placement and making sure the figure doesn't shake at times. I'm sure you'll get the hang of that soon and get intermediate pretty quick.


Thanks! I'll try making my movements smoother and not as shaky in my next animations.

Something wrote:I agree with Raymond. Your animations could use some work, but if you're just a beginner you'll be inters in no time. That fire punch made me jelly, keep up the good work man.

EDIT: I actually liked that animation a lot and made a tribute to it. Here.

I've been on a shit animation streak with no inspiration, I thank you for your animation friend (scool


Woah, your fire punch looks awesome, glad to help you with ideas for an animation lol


UPDATE: Made a walk & run animation, tried to make it as smooth as i could.

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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby .paperv » Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:10 am

Wow man, you're a beginner and quite good already. Just learn about basic movement, and momentum. I've seen some animation lost momentum in the middle of animation. Keep up the great work.
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Thu Oct 29, 2015 9:58 am

Tried to do the camera shake effect:

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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby Raymond » Thu Oct 29, 2015 12:13 pm

Yup that's a camera shake. I think you pulled it off. The movements look good too, but the second hit looks pretty weak, even with that shock-wave effect.

If you wanted it to look like a powerful punch you need to show more anticipation before the punch. Also immediately after that second punch you showed his body recoil. It's ok to show that recoil, but when someone puts a lot of power into a punch it's hard to get rid of all that built up momentum as fast as you displayed. You could show this loss of momentum a number of different ways, maybe by having him lose his balance and fall over or even just add 4-5 frames after the punch with his arm extended before he moves backwards. A fast recoil means a weak hit.

Otherwise it looks good. You are improving!
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Fri Oct 30, 2015 4:31 am

Made an energy blast thing, this one took a while to make.

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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby Madnessthunder » Fri Oct 30, 2015 5:56 am

lp9 wrote:Made an energy blast thing, this one took a while to make.

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That's pretty good dude. Your effects are great, but your moments are still lacking behind at medium beginner. I'd work on those more than effects since you have those down.
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby KingArrow » Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:14 pm

wow cool so good effects !!!
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Re: Lp9's Animations

Postby lp9 » Mon Dec 28, 2015 2:39 pm

run n' slip

got lazy at the end, maybe i'll do more animations soon and hopefully not stop animating for 2 months again

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