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Re: Dancing animation

Post by guyver93 » Sun Apr 13, 2014 2:23 pm

Finished!

Well not really. There are things I could fix but I'd be doing that forever and since I've just got AS 10 I want to improve the rigging of these characters and try something different. It didn't turn out exactly how I imagined but at least I learned a lot from making it! It's pretty cool to look at the first video and see how much it's changed! This is my first animation on animating the whole body of characters for any real length of time and it turned out alright. There's still a lot of sliding around and what not but maybe next time with target bones it won't be a problem at all! Anyway heres the final version! :)

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Re: Dancing animation

Post by neeters_guy » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:09 pm

Ha, uber cute. :D How did you copy the dance moves to each of the girls? Don't tell me you animated each one individually? :!:
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Re: Dancing animation

Post by awalker » Mon Apr 14, 2014 5:25 am

Great stuff guyver93. Can't wait to see what u will do with version 10
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Re: Dancing animation

Post by AmigaMan » Mon Apr 14, 2014 7:47 am

That's great! The feet sliding isn't noticeable as it just appears to be part of the dance move. Very impressive and enjoyable.
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Re: Dancing animation

Post by Danimal » Mon Apr 14, 2014 1:47 pm

Definitely some sliding, especially when the girls change positions on the floor, but not the kind of thing that ruins the video overall. More than anything I was craving more camera movement and close-ups, but hey - it still looks really good as is.
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Re: Dancing animation

Post by guyver93 » Tue Apr 15, 2014 1:28 am

neeters_guy wrote:Ha, uber cute. :D How did you copy the dance moves to each of the girls? Don't tell me you animated each one individually? :!:
Thanks Neeters! I actually animated one character all the way through and then made duplicates. Then by taking the advice of other people here on the forum, I slightly altered the timing on each one and did some tweaking animations to all of them to make them see more random. It actually looked way better after I did that!
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Re: Dancing animation

Post by 3deeguy » Wed Apr 16, 2014 5:43 pm

Ha! nice. The camera work and choreography is great. I'm hoping you add interest to the background. I believe the group will take note!
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