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    Animation Demos

    I would like to know what you think of these animations.... Thank You





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    once again, some nice things happening but you need to think about timing, spacing, and really how actions are made, not just how you think their made.
    Example:
    in the second video where he slams the can down on the bar, you have almost a fluid transition of the can being placed on the bar, his hand letting go, and then swinging out to the right. this isnt how it would go down, especially if you want to exaggerate the action.
    try this:

    -he anticipates the slam with arm raised holding can = 1 pose
    -he slams can into the bar, crushing it = 1 pose and then hold it here for the accent. also there should be very few frames inbetween these 2 extremes...i mean like maybe only 2
    -and then the pose where he lets go of the can and swings his arm away.

    does this make sense?

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    Dabiel

    Dude that makes perfect sense!!! I can't believe i didnt think of that.... im trying right now to join the animation mentor to become a better character animator i wish i knew how t spot those things thanks alot fo the help i think i might redo that animation... are there any other issues??? or do u think i should just continue on to a new animation???

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    hey, glad you found this useful! The more you animate, the more your eyes will open up and you'll begin seeing more and more opportunities to really make your animation sing. There's definitely more you could do to this scene if you wanted to, you just have to answer the question: "is the juice worth the squeeze?"

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    Thanks im guna go ahead and just animate something else to continue getting better... i guess theres no point in fixing that but what are good references and thank you once again for all the help

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    What is the motivation for the pink character to slap the blue one? I think there's a level of clarity that you still need to reach there, whether it's at the concept stage or in your animation. I thought the blue guy slapped the pink guy's GF or something to get this kind of treatment.

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    egerie

    I thought it would be self explained that the blue character is being rude and a bully so thats why the pink character smacks him. Like when you go to a bar and you see someone being an a$$ then you would go up to them and smack'em. I thought it would be funny. But im still new at this...

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