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Artemis_Neetcudt
05-15-2009, 05:29 PM
i just did these real quick, they're not much...
http://www.*************/open/1242429926
http://www.*************/open/1242429992
http://www.*************/open/1242430053
http://www.*************/open/1242430122
whatd'ya think?

doc
05-15-2009, 09:36 PM
Work on stick construction, they look kinda... scratchy?
And you might want to do some tests and post them individually up here to improve on movements. It wasn't too wobbly, though, which is a good beginning.

ferganim
05-17-2009, 11:50 AM
The giant resized loads in the 3rd one down.

daneximuz
05-17-2009, 02:00 PM
You gotta take care of your stick's proportions they change too much.

Artemis_Neetcudt
05-17-2009, 05:49 PM
well, its not like I pay special attention to resizing, but its hard to control it if you have to redraw every frame

BluGil
05-17-2009, 06:55 PM
Practice. youll get it sooner or later.

Orange Blob
05-18-2009, 07:08 AM
well, its not like I pay special attention to resizing, but its hard to control it if you have to redraw every frame

Um, yeh, it's called fbf. That's what EVERYONE does. So you can't complain cos we know you have to "redraw every frame".
Just take it like a man.

daneximuz
05-18-2009, 05:37 PM
well, its not like I pay special attention to resizing, but its hard to control it if you have to redraw every frame

Just wondering...do you use the onion skinning?
I mean I've had trouble in the past with resizing even after getting used to onion skinning but practice will help you for sure.

power fuse0
05-19-2009, 12:06 AM
They're really stiff & scratchy. Try Making the smoothing of your much to around 40. Also try zooming in & drawing your figures smaller, you'll see that it will come out with a much nicer result when you zoom out again. I use 400%+ zoom to draw.



well, its not like I pay special attention to resizing, but its hard to control it if you have to redraw every frame

As for resising, there is the grid tool, which sets up a squared grid that makes it easier for you to see how big your stick was in the last frame. Use the onion skin obviousley, and the grid tool : Ctrl + #.

You need to draw a lot more frames in your movements.

Keep it up

Artemis_Neetcudt
05-20-2009, 01:10 PM
Um, yeh, it's called fbf. That's what EVERYONE does. So you can't complain cos we know you have to "redraw every frame".
Just take it like a man.I wasn't complaining. I was saying that because I didn't know if everyone else has tools for lines and stuff like that, because I only have Plastic Animation Paper. I wouldn't know what happens with, say, Flash. I just wasn't sure.
*Edit* I don't have that in PAP, power fuse & danex

dawG
05-22-2009, 04:41 AM
jesus .

Artemis_Neetcudt
07-02-2009, 02:20 PM
You need to draw a lot more frames in your movements.
Thanks! That really helped. I put more frames into an animation, and it got alot better (still has resizing problems) I'll upload it asap.
btw, is that good, or bad dawG? =)
-Edit
Sorry, took longer than I expected. Here they are.http://www.*************/open/1247456216
http://www.*************/open/1247456291

Artemis_Neetcudt
07-29-2009, 11:46 AM
someone comment please

!!Cr@zyEggrolls!!
07-31-2009, 01:33 AM
Since you're so desperate at getting comments.

First of all; plastic animation paper? Seriously? I'm not saying this to be mean or anything, because I can clearly see that you have ideas, solutions and the creativity itself, BUT that your using a crappy program which restrains you from showing off your full potential.

Perhas you should go ahead and download adobe adobe pflash cs2-3 or 4, or even Macromedia Flash 8?

Artemis_Neetcudt
08-01-2009, 09:30 AM
I think I've said this before, but if I haven't, I have Linux and this was the best animation program I could find =)