At 4/25/12 10:42 AM, LazyAss23 wrote:
At 4/25/12 10:30 AM, SheepOvatsug wrote:
I still can't keep proportions right and my drawings keep woobling.That walk cycle needs to be worked on alot i recommend looking at videos of people just walking... or look up walk cycles and just try doing exact same thing or just get animators survival kit book,
My first flash animation (ever)
Comments and suggestions are very welcome.
Also that ball bounce needs to be worked on the arc is way to weird on first bounce it slows down a little to early and then it impacts a little crazy i think all you need is to bring the first arc on first bounce higher up and it should feel a bit more right but i would also recommend doing it FBF not with just one circle off circle tool.
I do love link thing though you should practice that other stuff first
What about the woobling effect?
When I do my first sketches with the pencil tool (wich are very rough btw) the movement often feels waaay more fluid and natural then they do in the second sketch.
Also, I'm using a wacom bamboo tablet and I tried a lot of different combinations between the sensitivity of the pen tip, the smoothness of the brush tool and the brush pressure feature. But the only situation that makes me feel comfortable for drawing is with 100 smoothness and no brush pressure, even though in this case it's hard to maintain control over the lines.