I am the worst and don't want to finish these.

Discussion in 'Animations' started by Scidnewl, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. Scidnewl

    Scidnewl Guest

    Hey people, I am a failure and didn't finish my Halloween special OR this random thing I made to test weapons and flash. I guess I'll just post them as unfinished trash and forever remain a disappointment.

    http://www.fastswf.com/2M9tzJ8
    http://www.fastswf.com/rUpgm44

    Thanks for viewing the thread, I appreciate it a bunch! Sorry for the unfinished stuff, but I would appreciate any and all comments!
     
  2. Shulkle

    Shulkle Still the worst fight maker

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    CCshinobi and Lynus like this.
  3. NobleJuice

    NobleJuice Wandering Wizard

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    u didn't use my map
    -feels-

    The second is soo smoth tho
     
  4. unaco

    unaco :^)

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    Where is she getting these weapons from?!
    Also what Shulkle said, those dashes are a bit too much. The first weapon must be light for it to fall like that. But still smooth besides weapons..
     
  5. NarwhaI

    NarwhaI "The Jedi of The Sea"

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    I really like that combo~ you do have places to work on like vcam,editting sounds and skews..also don't overuse that dashing thingy,its getting annoying after some time
     
  6. CCshinobi

    CCshinobi Filmmaker, Animator
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    Great pacing and combos. Your general movements and sliding animations, however, lack subtlety or natural physics to them, particularly when it comes to those 'triangle' jumps. It also seems to be a popular thing to slow the character in the air at the peak of the jump, which is something I still don't understand with many current gen Flash animations. I'd suggest against it, but hey, it's your style.

    For the first one, let the camera shift more naturally. It doesn't have to be stuck on your main character's POV the entire time. In fact, it would be more dynamically engaging if there were changes in frame size and composition, which can be done more effectively with a clean cut or two.

    Otherwise, loving the creativity. Keep improving :)