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Lights nooby newb animations! (6)

Postby LightningsFury » Sun Nov 13, 2016 3:23 pm

This is a hallway of my __6__ animations I have created. I have looked through the forum and see that I'm really bad compared to other beginners so you won't see me moving from here in while...
Bad kick ( easing + combat practice )
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Some classwork:
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The assessment in class was to make an animation of a figure climbing something with a background and 1 figure. Here it is:
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A guy dancing:
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I tried to make my first run loop then it ended like this. I suck...
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My first practice on easing-
note: many more to come....
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A person waving...
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My second proper animation.
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This was also one of my homeworks.
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My first proper animation: ( WARNING: violent )
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This isn't my first animation because I messed around with pivot when I found it but when I gathered enough .stks on my usb I made this miniature and simple recreation of ww2 which was my subsequent homework.
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I hope you enjoyed/cringed at my animations.
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"It feels like eternity yet my run loops still look like people dancing."
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Gary » Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:05 pm

you really captured the horror that was ww2
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Massive Legend » Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:15 pm

this is very realistic, and just like ww2! good job!

please put a 18+ warning next time you make something so violent though!
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:30 pm

Fucking jerks. Lol
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Gary » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:07 pm

calm down there m8, it's all in good fun
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 13, 2016 7:57 pm

Welcome to the forums, Mr. Lightning.
Try learning some basic moves before animating complicated shit like WW2. You should start with the basic movements.




Gary wrote:calm down there m8, it's all in good fun


Well played, sir. I breathed more air than usual.
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Massive Legend » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:56 pm

please devote this thread to ww2 animations
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby Youngster » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:14 pm

Yep. I seldom see an animation related to war.
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Re: My First proper animation

Postby LightningsFury » Mon Nov 14, 2016 11:01 am

PivotYoungster wrote:Yep. I seldom see an animation related to war.

Well it was my school homework so I had no choice. After this I might make a more basic animation once I have time and change this to a full on animation thread. Thanks everyone anyway!
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby DostPs » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:29 pm

LightningsFury wrote:This isn't my first animation because I messed around with pivot when I found it but when I gathered enough .stks on my usb I made this miniature and simple recreation of ww2 which was my subsequent homework.
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lmao nice anim +1 my friend rush b nahui rofl
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby Massive Legend » Mon Nov 14, 2016 8:36 pm

thank you for adding the -violent- tag!
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby Fuel » Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:45 pm

In all seriousness, you're ahead of where I was when it came to making the first animations, and I think it's cool you used Pivot for your homework. Keep making more animations and practice, you will improve. :)
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby Finom » Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:18 pm

You have big dreams, and I admire that. I used Pivot for several homeworks on occasions, and it's great to see that you're trying to find applications for such a program. However, I would suggest reading over all the things in the tutorial section of the forums. There's plenty of golden nuggets, and try simple things, pin down movements before doing something so drastic.
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby LightningsFury » Tue Nov 15, 2016 3:14 am

Fuel wrote:In all seriousness, you're ahead of where I was when it came to making the first animations, and I think it's cool you used Pivot for your homework. Keep making more animations and practice, you will improve. :)

Thanks dude!
Hype wrote:You have big dreams, and I admire that. I used Pivot for several homeworks on occasions, and it's great to see that you're trying to find applications for such a program. However, I would suggest reading over all the things in the tutorial section of the forums. There's plenty of golden nuggets, and try simple things, pin down movements before doing something so drastic.

Ok i'll try to do that but first of all I need to finish off the last of my homework with this animation. ( I like to finish homeworks extremely early )
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Note: The homework for NEXT WEEK is to make an animation on a short story so that was best and easiest thing I could do with the limited .stks I have.
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Re: My First proper animation also on WW2 (Violent)

Postby Sett0 » Tue Nov 15, 2016 6:33 am

Lol you guys must be lucky then
I made a cheesy fuckin sword fight thing for school and my class looked at me like "bro wtf is this shit lmfao"
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