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    Talking Flash Animations (Fight Sequences)

    I just wanted to post some stuff I animated, give me some feed back...

    http://www.truploader.com/view/693811

    http://www.truploader.com/view/011028

    http://www.truploader.com/view/597455

    http://www.truploader.com/view/035598

    This last one is just a picture I think
    http://www.truploader.com/view/062420


    I really want to get into digital painting so I can make backgrounds and stuff for animations and do portraits as well

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    For the first, third, and fourth animations: They have excellent construction, great timing, and the movements are very fluid. As for the second animation, it's unfinished when compared with the others. By the way, are you a FluidAnims member? As in, your work is reminiscent of these animators:
    SunnyGOES
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    I'm familiar with them, I don't really watch their work though. Thanks for the feedback though I stayed on Fluid Animations for about... a week haha too many stick figures.

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    I see where you're coming from on Fluid Anims, though you have to give credit to Travis/Stone for trying to help newbie animators. It would be nice if more FA members did more cartoons with fully-drawn characters. One more thing, I suggest that you search the Newgrounds Audio Portal for music if you're planning on doing a complete short. (I recommend NemesisTheory, xenith800, Elfire, Papkee, AndY J, Waterflame, ToliveAnimations, Dythen, edg3Runn3r, LichLordMusic, TimmyDope, and Kajet to name a few.)

    Edit: Here's some more musicians that I forgot to mention:
    -Cheshyre
    -scratchR
    -Box-Killa
    -Xarnor
    -Xenogenocide
    -Dialo
    -Durn

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    Cool, I'll check them out.
    Their's a few fullbody animators around though, not enough really... but they exists

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    I think you should try drawing a lot more poses! and make the movements big! Imagine the characters being on a stage and the people in the back of the audience need to see clearly what the character is doing! The second one is looks pretty fluid! good job!

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    Poses and weight distribution should be something to look into. The last one the guy blocks, but I feel he would fall over given weight distribution and pose. Hope this helps

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