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Just a quick exercise, I don't like how this turned Out, but well, I was busy and I wanted some practice
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We missed HoserLus submission for our first Feedback Week. To make sure I don't miss it again I'm going to post it here so we can discuss the progress he's made on his project next time:
Sorry I missed this one tonight HoserLu. I need to refresh my page next time before the show to make sure that I don't miss the newest posts. I sent a PM, if you like we can review this next week if you like? The animation looks top notch!
Hey everyone, here is our second Feedback Week forum post. Please check out or page describing what this is all about here:
Anyone who wants feedback on their projects can do so by posting your pictures, videos, social media blogs and even campaigns as a reply to this post. We'll discuss it on December 5th during our live YouTube broadcast.
Very helpful, thank you! I'll look into syncketch!
For the first couple seconds, I thought you did a test shot for Robot Chicken! For something like this, I would use reference footage. Basically, record yourself at the framerate you wish to use for the final animation. Then put the video on YouTube. The problem with this you can't tell how many frames you'll actually need. That's why I'd recommend putting the video into Sync Sketch. Then you can scroll through the video frame by frame, and refer back to this when animating.
Hope this helps!