#1 11-14-2017 4:45 pm

Prabh
Registered: 02-13-2017
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norman kicks (bolcking poses)

https://youtu.be/Z-A-PZoLgkU


Please check and mention any critic......

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#2 11-15-2017 3:55 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

guys need your feedback  or valuable opinion...

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#3 11-15-2017 4:16 pm

RyanHagen
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

Personally, i'm more comfortable giving feedback on syncsketch, especially if there's no frame counter.  That might make people more willing to chime in.


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#4 11-15-2017 4:31 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

Ryan dude u just mention that i don't want to listen ..... guys opinion matters ...

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#5 11-15-2017 5:54 pm

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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

I'm not saying you don't want to listen, i'm saying that it's difficult to give feedback on something like that in type.  They would have to explain when and where things might need to change without referencing a frame or collection of frames.  It's very difficult to do.  At the very least I would suggest a frame counter so people can reference it.


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#6 11-15-2017 11:11 pm

thrawnthebaneful
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

When he lifts his leg to do the roundhouse kick at about 7 seconds in his hips should be more back over his left foot and the his left leg should be more straight. I would also push the kick a bit more and go higher and rotate those hips more.

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#7 11-16-2017 12:48 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

thrawnthebaneful ..thank u for your suggetion .... its very helpfull... opinion ..... and ryan thank you too ...

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#8 11-17-2017 4:35 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

Ryan dude ....Your point is right.. i feel Sorry about above talk .... hope u understand .... but dear i want tell u something please consider .... when someone putting question publicly ....... and one of the person in public comes just for telling that ...i m not the right person to tell u the answer of this question... .... hope u get now right ......if i m wrong then i m Sorry about that dude..

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#9 11-17-2017 5:46 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

ooooh my my ......dude Ryan please mention syncsketch in detail to me ..... i m not aware of that ..or familiar with this .... first i m not understand what u r talking .... sorry about that bro.

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#10 11-17-2017 11:42 pm

The Thinker
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

Hey Prabh, nice job so far. Overall, the timing can be closer together it feels very even as of now but I can't fully tell since it's still the blocking stage. The first kick can stay higher in order to have a nicer arc. Keep at it smile

Side note though, what Ryan is mentioning is the website SyncSketch, it's easier for others to specify exactly where something needs to fixed and people can also do draw overs if necessary. It's a useful website. Also, try not to get agitated on the forum, I'm sure everyone is aware of the importance of feedback.

If you could do us a favor and upload your video to SynSketch and sending the link on the forum that would be dandy smile

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#11 11-18-2017 4:06 pm

Prabh
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Re: norman kicks (bolcking poses)

Thanks thinker ...... your views also very usefull.... and  that syncsketch thing ...i have to understand that maybe very helpfull as you says thanks Bro.

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