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AwakenedRage
07-08-2012, 03:44 PM
The way i post these show which is more recent from First to last. Last being most recent.
http://www.fileize.com/view/df12e17d-3cb/ Thrown away my RHG until i can at least animate ice better.

http://www.fileize.com/view/9401ed5d-bee/ Jumping practice. My thanks goes to Hyun.

http://www.fileize.com/view/36908926-f58/ Unfinished version of project for school.

http://www.fileize.com/view/46f41cfa-209/ Laser I made after watching Oxobs tutorial (thanks alot)

http://www.fileize.com/view/2f9bcadf-1d4/ A lil lightening. Coulda been better

http://www.fileize.com/view/f4ecb422-5e5/ First real Anim.

http://www.fileize.com/view/b2d867be-0f8/ Some combo some one requested I do.

CnC any that is necessary for any improvement.

DanmarK
07-08-2012, 08:48 PM
Cnc:
not bad . . . but theres lot of things to work


tips:
-try to use 30 on the brush smoothing (just to make your stickman not curly:3)
-try 24 fps (but try not to double frame for smoothness)
-when your done with 24 fps, go to 30 fps then start double framing
-always watch animes to get good cinematics and fight choreography . .( copying isnt bad. . its just the first step on making your own style)
-try making your background react with the scene (example, darken your background if the scene has thunder on it. .)
-if your using brush in animation. . . try to go to the control panel. . . click mouse. . . then put your mouse pointer speed in the middle of high and slow
(your mouse will be slow but that is good specially in drawing stickman. .)

thats all man. . .

AwakenedRage
07-08-2012, 08:51 PM
Cnc:
not bad . . . but theres lot of things to work


tips:
-try to use 30 on the brush smoothing (just to make your stickman not curly:3)
-try 24 fps (but try not to double frame for smoothness)
-when your done with 24 fps, go to 30 fps then start double framing
-always watch animes to get good cinematics and fight choreography . .( copying isnt bad. . its just the first step on making your own style)
-try making your background react with the scene (example, darken your background if the scene has thunder on it. .)
-if your using brush in animation. . . try to go to the control panel. . . click mouse. . . then put your mouse pointer speed in the middle of high and slow
(your mouse will be slow but that is good specially in drawing stickman. .)

thats all man. . .
I do use 24fps, maybe cause I dont add enough in between frames to make it smoother, cause I noticed in most animations when theres combat and someone gets hit theres some times that "delay" where the guy gettin hit is getting back in position and the other is ready to deliver another attack which i have problems with timing.