View Full Version : Pushing a car up a hill.

07 July 2006, 04:10 AM
Hi Folks,

This is my latest animation:

Low Rez (2.6 MB, mpg1)

High Rez (8.6 MB, QT Sorensen 3) (

If anyone has some spare time and wouldn't mind critiqing this, it would be appreciated. Good and bad comments are welcome.

Thanks a lot,
Justin Bartholomew

07 July 2006, 09:08 AM
AHHHH i so felt that :twisted: ROFL

that hurt... but cool animation! i dont really have much things wrong to say about it. maybe add some slippage to his feet? the slip/fly-over-car thing looks a lil strange, but its nothing to worry about imo. im sure someone else could do a better critique lol. cheers!

07 July 2006, 04:48 PM
Hey Sam, I went to Ex'pression, as well (graduated in '02). When do you graduate?

Thanks a lot for the comments. I tried to make the hands look like they are slowly moving forward (the reason for him digging his fingernails in) before they slip out completely and launch him onto the car. I'll post a higher resolution version with clearer hand slip later today.

Justin Bartholomew

07 July 2006, 05:13 PM
Very funny :scream:

The only thing that I thought might look a little off, was when his hands slip off of the car.

It seemed a little too sudden.

Would you consider having his hands slide across the surface of the car as he finally loses his grip ? ( for a half second or so )


07 July 2006, 07:15 PM
Thanks Vegan. I posted a high rez version at the top of the thread. It might be a little easier to see the hand slippage before the sudden movement now. If it still doesn't look right to people, I'll add more initial slipping.

07 July 2006, 06:59 AM
wow no way?? your name now sounds familiar.. what class were you in? im in class 50 right now, and graduation date is May 07.. so still got a lil ways to go. just curious, hows life afterwards? how is finding work? lol, please email me! ( i'd love to talk!

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