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Its hard and I mad my first ever animation

 

Charlie
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Hy friends i am learning 3d animation. i assume that its hard and i made my first ever animation in blender. i need some help improving it or tips for blender in general

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Beckett
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You did good bro, by the way the i am unfavourable on the pop up at the end. I think it would look a bit better either having the mannequin stay crouched for a bit longer


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Charlie
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Posted by: @beckett

You did good bro, by the way the i am unfavourable on the pop up at the end. I think it would look a bit better either having the mannequin stay crouched for a bit longer

That's actually fair thanks for that! I kinda failed in physics on this one compared to my 2d stuff...

 


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Posted by: @charlie
Posted by: @beckett

You did good bro, by the way the i am unfavourable on the pop up at the end. I think it would look a bit better either having the mannequin stay crouched for a bit longer

That's actually fair thanks for that! I kinda failed in physics on this one compared to my 2d stuff...

 

It's still fantastic, keep up the good work!

 


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Good animated, but there's an issue with the timing and body mechanics. your timing is a tad off. You should aware that timing is stylistic choice depending on what you want to emphasise. Try to increase the time in the air


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Charlie
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Posted by: @jeremy

Good animated, but there's an issue with the timing and body mechanics. your timing is a tad off. You should aware that timing is stylistic choice depending on what you want to emphasise. Try to increase the time in the air

Thanks really appreciate. I am working on my mistakes. By the way you said body and timing. You didn't mention anything about the body ?


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Jeremy
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Body mechanics wise, you need to bend more at the beginning and the end. A person isn't going to get enough lift from the little dip with the knees you've got


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Charlie
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Posted by: @charlie
Posted by: @jeremy

Good animated, but there's an issue with the timing and body mechanics. your timing is a tad off. You should aware that timing is stylistic choice depending on what you want to emphasise. Try to increase the time in the air

Thanks really appreciate. I am working on my mistakes. By the way you said body and timing. You didn't mention anything about the body ?

Glad theirs people who want to teach, thanks! slowly realising all the mistakes i haven't spotted myself


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The pelvis should follow gravity like a standard bouncing ball, but it seems to instead stop at the apex to pause for the rotation.


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Charlie
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The pelvis should follow gravity like a standard bouncing ball, but it seems to instead stop at the apex to pause for the rotation.

well to change the momentum i should bnd the knees, I've seen many reference and it's not exactly as a bouncing ball with a simple ease.but yeah trying to recreate the image i was having for the first time is really hard, and it turned out awful compared to what i imagined


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