View Full Version : physucs/easing test?

04-30-2008, 12:49 PM
read the title ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


and is it just me, or when the line "throws" the box up, does it go too high too slowly?

04-30-2008, 01:11 PM
that was POOR.
lazy boi.

physics, rubbish.
easing, lazy.
its all too slow.

04-30-2008, 01:35 PM
:( whats wrong with the easing, and whats wrong with the physics? can you please elaborate, as that is not constructive. i need something specific to improve on.

04-30-2008, 01:42 PM
well, when the box hits the floor, it has much less weight than i should have, and it bounces wrong.
and yeah, the second bounce is WAY too slow, with no easing as it falls.

04-30-2008, 01:49 PM
Pretty basic, you can't exactly go far wrong. It would have looked better if you made a fill for the box, so when it passed the floor it didn't appear to be transparent. Or, you could have avoided it ever passing the floor at all, just ending up on the ground. Ah, it's hard to explain.

04-30-2008, 02:11 PM
na i get you. i know its pretty basic and the box i made in 20 seconds. but i wasnt worrying about that. its just ive never been any good at physics, and had never used that much easing. so i pretty much just practiced those two a bit and made this. i think ive fixed it a bit. does this look better?

http://www.filecram.com/files/box physics test.gif

and heres the piv: http://uploaded.pivothost.org/jrockpunk1/box_physics_testcipx.piv