Wip::tank Test Animation::

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Old 11 November 2005   #1
Wip::tank Test Animation::

This is a Test of the Tank,to try how it work the carterpillar track deformation of the treads,I hope you can appreciate the deformation and the jiggling..

(..sorry for the band..if it does not work try save as.. )


..and here is the tutorial tutorial:


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Last edited by TANGOMAN : 11 November 2005 at 06:57 PM.
Old 11 November 2005   #2
Before the tank reaches the log, the treads seem to be going in reverse. When the tank "revs up" to make it over the log, the wheels are going faster than the tread (it looks like the wheels are slipping). Other than that I like it!
Old 11 November 2005   #3
hey, It looks great

i have to disaggre with dbates, when the tank reaches the log animation is going great even when it tries to go over the log, but when the tank "falls" to the other side, the wieght looks totally off, looks more like it pushes it self over, u know? but its great animation anyway, tutorial seems great, it might be useful,
Old 11 November 2005   #4
Hey Guys! Nice crits,thank you so much ,I should work more on the weight and the wheels I was too much concentrate in the deformation of the carterpillar..


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Old 11 November 2005   #5
Hi Jhon,Looks really cool, but there are a couple of things that looks strange in my opinon, one of these is the movement of the tower, the panzer´s movement is a bit more slow, other thing is the wheels, they don´t adapt to the terrain and looks a bit stiff, and maybe some suspension in the landing would help, other than that, looks very nice dude.

Ivan del Rio
character animator...

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