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Old 18-04-2004, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default help.. maya ple challenge

ok basically maya are running a challenge to animate this character :
ive started, hes supposed to be climbing a rope, was looking for all feedback to help me make the best possible entry i can
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anyone who can download the file and give me feedback it's much appreciated
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Old 18-04-2004, 03:31 PM   #2
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i think it's pretty awesome ;| although it needs to be about 30 times longer
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Not bad little buddy.... I was thinking about entering that challenge at one point.. Nice to see you animating.

I like the arm movement so far... now what you should concentrate on a bit more is

1) Bringing the legs to the rope a bit sooner to help him climb... hes a big guy and he be able to goup abit with just his arms but thye would get tired pretty quick.

2) Add a little bit more root side to side movment when he reaches his arms higher.. think about when you streach your arms you hips usally move outward a bit with the out stretched arm.

3) Once you get his movment down add some personality to the rope as he climbs....


Great start.. keep going...
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mumbo I watched it over m over cant say anything wrong with it .actually has very smooth movemets .
good job!
ugh I'll never be an animator
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I agree with Kurt. He needs to pull up his legs faster.

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