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    my animation sample

    this is something that i threw together, from being bored.
    Last edited by TSHARKfan1; March 21st, 2009 at 12:25 PM. Reason: insert animation link

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    Unless trying to prove a point, never violate the 180 degree rule

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    i'v seen worse but that was a breach in the 180, which is moving image law number one. it wasn't terrible but it was done

    if you don't have a peg bar you can order one for about five bucks from that'll cut clean up your registration so your figures dont jump around so much.

    i do know the pain you went through to get this to work and it has some strong points, like the camera move you that follows the laser, thats a very tedious move and you pulled it off, but the whole animation could use more keyframes and some variation on spacing and timing. some begginer animation books will teach you all you need to know to polish this up good.

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