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dodo3d
01-15-2002, 01:27 PM
hi all
here is a test for upcoming animation I am working on here u 'll find a test with bones for what I intend to do hope u give me ur opinions and comments...btw I need info about adding sounds to the ani any one have ideas and how can I add different ounds in 3dsmax?
(the file is avi and is about 893kb)
http://dodo.homestead.com/files/ani/fighting-test.avi

lildragon
01-16-2002, 11:50 AM
Hey dodo3d

SInce you didn't get any replies I'll give you some crits...

ok

- First look it's not very convincing, there's no weight distributions when they hit each other with the tonfas

- the guy on the left doesn't have proper balance when he spins, he would fall flat, same with the other guy

- you need much more follow thru with the strikes, there's no power there at all, it's just tap tap tap...

- the spine needs to bend to allow proper weight distribution and follow thru, otherwise they'll stay as stiff as they are

- the heads turn to late, they turn when the body is almost at the end of there turns, the head should lead...

that's about it for now, but I hope you take this as constructive and not bashing ;)

keep on going bud, let's see some updates

Daxx
01-16-2002, 12:45 PM
Sure The Head turn too late and you have miss to animate nek and body spline? good arm move and........


I'll explain you that i think....



http://torma.gib.it/one.jpg


BALANCE!!! ^_^

ok?

ENJOY

dodo3d
01-16-2002, 02:19 PM
thx for the feedbacks
I'll try to do the changes and I'll send the updates back
btw : what about timeing is it good or need modifications?

Daxx
01-16-2002, 02:30 PM
For Animation Tecnique Try this ^_^

http://www.comet-cartoons.com/toons/3ddocs/charanim/

Jimmy
01-16-2002, 04:19 PM
i agree with Daxx...check out the above web site for some animation principals.

-J

Daxx
01-17-2002, 06:41 PM
:D

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