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FlyingSwordsman
08-22-2009, 09:13 AM
Hello, Im new to pivot and this is my 4th animation.
Rates and whatever please XD Am i good enough not to be in beginners section?

http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/1530/myfirst.gif

kingsmash
08-22-2009, 09:19 AM
any1 is welcome to post in the beginners section and your animation is kinda stiff just try to work on the easing and some of the basic anyway welcome to the site

Rival
08-22-2009, 09:46 AM
You're not good enough to not post outside the beginnerssection, you should have known.

Your animation was stiff, uneased, and too much floating.

Try to make basic stuff like a punch, or walk. With a line, it helps to understand laws of gravity and movements.

doomlord
08-28-2009, 06:48 PM
ya that is a funny signature

kidwiththeshoes
08-29-2009, 04:45 PM
Rules are rules :S

#32
08-31-2009, 12:53 AM
You're not good enough to not post outside the beginnerssection, you should have known.

Your animation was stiff, uneased, and too much floating.

Try to make basic stuff like a punch, or walk. With a line, it helps to understand laws of gravity and movements.

Sorry to burst your bubble. (Again) But is there, or was there EVER a rule that says, beginners HAVE to post in the beginner section?

Zed
08-31-2009, 02:59 AM
There's an unwritten rule that gives us liscense to hate you if you don't. To be honest, even that's just a formality.

In theory the criticism you will receive in the beginners section will be less harsh. In there I might point out one or two problems and give some small things to work on, wheras out here I might try to pick up on every little insignificant point of imperfection and show you everywhere that you need to work on which is counter-productive to beginners because you can't learn everything at once.

In practise the only real difference is that out here you get flamed.


Also, Rival didn't say they weren't allowed to post out here, he just said they weren't good enough to. There's a difference between telling someone not to juggle in the street and telling them that their juggling isn't good enough to go busking successfully.