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Etch
11-20-2015, 02:16 PM
Whipped up a few of these over these past 2 days..

http://sta.sh/02dm6taz7ovh

S.A.
11-21-2015, 12:05 AM
I liked the elastic feeling the movements have. And I see you're experimenting with a few styles. Keep going.

Stikmin0743
11-21-2015, 03:40 PM
Wow. I Could Never make Dat.

Etch
11-21-2015, 03:52 PM
YOU'VE GOT TO BELIEVE TO ACHIEVE BBY

HERE YA GO CLICK IF YOU WANT TO GET STARTED ON YOUR ADVENTURE (http://forums.stickpage.com/showthread.php?534-Flash-Help-Thread)

Zero
11-21-2015, 05:58 PM
Whipped up a few of these over these past 2 days..

http://sta.sh/02dm6taz7ovh
Holy shit.

The nostalgia is hitting me like a truck. This is exactly like FA Crew Collab(I think the order of styles are also in order).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIPePfbj1vo

Welcome back Etch. Okay, so C&C:

1.) Since you already animated a lot, I don't have to tell you about the 12 principles. Majority of the problem that I see is that your figures are "jittery" from time to time, meaning, their limbs feel like they're not going the direction they should be going to(from time to time).

2.) Lack of emphasis on actions. It's too fast and it doesn't give me a sense of what he's actually trying to do.

3.) Shakiness and wobbliness of your figures, specifically the short ones(More or less Pluto's head to body ratio style).

Personal Note: Keep it up! I'm glad to see you're getting back into animation.

Etch
11-21-2015, 06:00 PM
Ah-ha! I always show this to friends and told them how much fun it was to be in IRC and throw this .fla between all of us. Twas a good time.

I've gone back to some double framing with some quickness in between and I really like working with that style. I'm able to be patient animating but can still work some really good exaggerated easing. Cooking up a little short now. :3

Zero
11-21-2015, 06:05 PM
Ah-ha! I always show this to friends and told them how much fun it was to be in IRC and throw this .fla between all of us. Twas a good time.

I've gone back to some double framing with some quickness in between and I really like working with that style. I'm able to be patient animating but can still work some really good exaggerated easing. Cooking up a little short now. :3
Double Framing is awesome once you get the hang of it. I use it when I have to anticipate something(And don't want to waste time on it). Well, that and it depends on the style your animation is going for. What's your FPS?

Also, check back because I edited my post with C&C. I accidentally clicked "Post Reply" due to my excitement.

Etch
11-21-2015, 06:27 PM
You're right when it comes to the wobbles. A lot of that is due to me just getting impatient and wanting to throw something out. Check this out bruhbruh:

http://sta.sh/023gjxu2508n

Zero
11-21-2015, 06:36 PM
You're right when it comes to the wobbles. A lot of that is due to me just getting impatient and wanting to throw something out. Check this out bruhbruh:

http://sta.sh/023gjxu2508n
1.) Resize in the slide

2.) Clear copy paste(I understand it's part of the style but with this length, I just don't feel it) when floating

3.) Only the head is moving while the body remains constant(Near the end). Make it move even just a bit.

Personal Note: Quite a style you have there. Really gives the good ol' 2008 feel.

Arch-Angel
11-22-2015, 12:45 PM
Fuck yeah, we need to bring that style back. I like the fact that only the head moved at the end. It seemed fitting with the style.

you should add me on skype or jump on irc sometime