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  07 July 2010

Well, itīs my first message, and maybe itīs a little bold, but, I want to learn to do good animations.. so, although it gives me a little of shame.. here it goes, it still needs a lot of job. But this is the posses, kind off..

Well, donīt get scared!! haha.
See you around.
  07 July 2010
Don't forget that your animation has to fill 10-12 seconds to qualify.

On a side note I think that your animation really is good. I really see gorilla characteristics in your animation.

Last edited by Splinter : 07 July 2010 at 03:59 AM.
  07 July 2010
Yea, I donīt forget abt the time, and about the note on a side, thank you
  07 July 2010
Good start there!

There are two main things that I think need to be worked out right away in your blocking:

First, I was checking some videos, and a gorilla normally has its spine bent backwards, not forwards like your character. Of course, it's also due to the fact that his arms are longer than his legs, which is not the case on your rig, but still you can manage to get it more likely.

Second, pay attention to the movement on the hips, cause it's where you'll get most of the animal's weight. Working on the ups and downs we'll make it a lot less floaty.

Here's a little reference video that I found, so you can see what I'm talking about.

Keep going!
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  07 July 2010
thank you Anubis for the feedback, .. you know? I was looking for videos also..and in some of them, the gorillas were walking like in mine... and like I didnt want to do it exactly like Splinter (I saw him video after post this..) but it look weird as I did, so Iīm gonna check the video you sent, and check the things.

  07 July 2010
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