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Old 04-03-2007, 08:41 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Thought I would share with you an animation I just finished. Its from a fundementals course where you have to animate a ball moving on a stage. I had so much fun, and learned so much, I kinda went overboard by creating an entire set around the ball!

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Nice little animation man!

Some of the camera movements look a little jerkey on the transitions but other than that it looks good.

I like the set that you made up, it really adds to the atmosphere.
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haha... made me laugh.. a little dark but it was good overall
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Hi,

Thanks for the C&C as for the jerkyness that probably came from when I converted it to a flash movie so I could keep the sound. Here is the AVI no sound but you can see the flow without the jerkyness.

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The scene is fantastic! I think you should do something else with that scene with something that fits it better. Do some characters to have a band concert or something. Good work!

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Very funny movie. Great job.
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Hi all,

Thanks for the C&C currently working on another animation project which I will share once it is finished.

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