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FireBind Thread (LAST UPDATE: 6.5.2017)

Postby FireBind » Sun Nov 06, 2016 5:35 am

Hello guys, so, i finally made thread from my practice animations, i dont have mutch animations yet, but they will be added soon, thanks for you oponion :-) Some animations have too mutch big resolution size, so i add just links to imgur.com :-) (And yeah, sorry for my english)

Shadow Test (Link only)


Assassin (Running and sliding) (OLD)
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Assassin (Running)
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Running 2
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K.O. Kick
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Jump into a weird ICE (WILL BE UPDATED)
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Angry walking
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Spacing test
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Fight Ready
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Jump into a SNOW (ICE REMAKE)
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Walking test (slightly stiff)

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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 06, 2016 6:48 am

It's alright. Just need easing. I love that camera zoom thing in your K.O kick.
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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby Will » Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:00 am

Hey, man, nice start. I think overall you have fairly good spacing and understanding of momentum, your animations suffer a lot from the characters being very stiff. For example in the Running and Sliding animation, the whole stick tilts backwards for the jump and slide, but really someone would keep their head and upper body level and looking forward rather than up.

I made a little animation here, see how his back bends to keep him looking forward?
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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby FireBind » Sun Nov 06, 2016 7:17 am

Yeah i see, thanks for tips guys :-). Better than miraculous ladybug? :D
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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 06, 2016 8:18 am

You should check Mitch's tutorial.
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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby FireBind » Sun Nov 06, 2016 8:25 am

Yeah, that is a problem, i dont understand some important word in theese tutorials, english is my second language :/ My first language is a czech
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Re: FireBind Thread

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 06, 2016 8:28 am

Oh, you can hit me up if you have a hard time understanding particular words. Though, I'm not a native English speaker but I'll promise I will help you.
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Re: FireBind Thread (LAST UPDATE-16.11 2016)

Postby MrMushroom » Thu Nov 24, 2016 1:18 pm

Last one is very short to comment but u can add shadow to chairs imo.

Animation with Assassin isn't bad but poses in run aren't good. Legs are sliding on the ground.
I am growing in the forest :P

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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 10.12.2016)

Postby FireBind » Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:31 pm

*UPDATED
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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 10.12.2016)

Postby Ussay » Sat Dec 10, 2016 4:29 pm

Hey FireBind, good animations, I noticed that even though you got a spacing test, your not applying it to your animations. Try that and some nice, tasty and patience-packed easing and you'll notice a difference in your next projects. Try, as some might have already said, checking on the tutorials section to get the basics down, keep practicing, bro, that's all it takes.
And about that shadow test, well, background and ambience look good and you feel what you intended to demonstrate in the animation, I really liked the fact that you paid attention on the angles each shadow moves. But still, if you moved them a little further than that then we would see another stick flying in the wall, remember the shadows come from the lack of light, so those shadows need be generated from the points the sticks are blocking the light.
Still it's nice to see you're trying things like this! Keep it up, bro! :D
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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 10.12.2016)

Postby FireBind » Sat Dec 10, 2016 4:54 pm

Ussay wrote:Hey FireBind, good animations, I noticed that even though you got a spacing test, your not applying it to your animations. Try that and some nice, tasty and patience-packed easing and you'll notice a difference in your next projects. Try, as some might have already said, checking on the tutorials section to get the basics down, keep practicing, bro, that's all it takes.
And about that shadow test, well, background and ambience look good and you feel what you intended to demonstrate in the animation, I really liked the fact that you paid attention on the angles each shadow moves. But still, if you moved them a little further than that then we would see another stick flying in the wall, remember the shadows come from the lack of light, so those shadows need be generated from the points the sticks are blocking the light.
Still it's nice to see you're trying things like this! Keep it up, bro! :D



Thank you!, i will remake that shadow test scene and also Jump into Ice, i did make it before i learn something more about spacing.
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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 19.12.2016)

Postby FireBind » Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:04 am

JUMP TO ICE REMAKED TO JUMP TO THE SNOW
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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 19.12.2016)

Postby FireBind » Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:05 am

Walking 2

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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 19.12.2016)

Postby Cavolia » Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:33 am

You understand movements well enough. I think if you tried to increase your framerate a bit. (adding a couple extra frames to walkcycle for example) you'd see yourself improve because you'll be forced to make more decisions when it comes to timing and poses.
The jumping in ice thing is something I've never seen before, it's always nice to see something new. You should ask yourself what stage that ice is in. From how it looks now only very recently frozen. Very soft and snowy surface. Was that your intention?
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Re: FireBind Thread (UPDATED!! 19.12.2016)

Postby FireBind » Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:44 am

Cavolia wrote:You understand movements well enough. I think if you tried to increase your framerate a bit. (adding a couple extra frames to walkcycle for example) you'd see yourself improve because you'll be forced to make more decisions when it comes to timing and poses.
The jumping in ice thing is something I've never seen before, it's always nice to see something new. You should ask yourself what stage that ice is in. From how it looks now only very recently frozen. Very soft and snowy surface. Was that your intention?



Yes it was, (ice was in the stage when nobody can not skate on it) I just got that idea from fails videos :D. But i did remake it to the snow, (Now i see, i could add a "hill" of the snow where he jumps, so it had better sense)
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