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Apr 16, 2008 | 1:03 AM EDT

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These are some 3D models(made in 3DS Max) that I animated in flash. I made the minigun in 3D and animated it in flash. My brother made the turret and I animated them in flash. The minigun and right turret each have 4 different frames. The left turret has 24 different frames. I just want some feedback about how the animations look, so that I can improve them(or not use them) for future flash submissions. I am trying this mainly because I can't draw to save my life.

Warning: This is VERY SHORT.

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Calzilla325Calzilla325

Rated 5 / 5 stars

knew it!

all from tf2!!!



KittyMan2KittyMan2

Rated 0 / 5 stars

its not even a game

needs to be a game...not just a moving picture



NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 4 / 5 stars

good start

Although its only a 3D demo project ts still pretty nice

Considering the amount of time these take to make it could go pretty fun if you keep doing it right

Have fun



blackcat2000blackcat2000

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Hmm, pretty good

The artwork is pretty nice, and the animation is pretty smooth, but the 24 frame one jerks a little when it eh... is facing my left. I think. Whatever, it's still a little jerky. As I said, the art is pretty nice, but this wouldn't be too helpful for a "real" animation. If your going to use these to animate, I would suggest animation say:
Minigun
MinigunFiring
MinigunStopping
MinigunRecoil
MinigunBullet
After which, you can combine them (those were suggestions. I don't draw guns in detail, or I haven't yet, so those were off the top of my head) to create things in your animation if necessary. Also, in future, I'd suggest not submitting tests? Thanks, and once again, decent work.



AracidAracid

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Smooth and Well made

Those are very nice models, I don't spot any flaws within the animation nor within the models themselves. However You didn't show much to this. It doesn't keep your audience interested. I do have a suggestion though for 'displaying' these if you're going to continue. It would probably even look nicer to your audience if you took all of your short animation displays and put them into one flash, like a porfolio with a neat set up and cover design.