#1 11-04-2017 3:26 pm

Slothsin
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Sneaking guy

any tips on this one? this one looks way more weird and mechanical.. maybe I am missing all the secondary actions.. all the help would be appreciated smile

https://vimeo.com/224970181

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#2 11-05-2017 4:26 am

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Re: Sneaking guy

ding dong!

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#3 11-06-2017 6:10 am

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Re: Sneaking guy

I am waaaaiiiiitiiinggggg!!!!

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#4 11-06-2017 10:36 am

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Re: Sneaking guy

It's probably best to give people a little bit of time to reply before asking again. Usually a week would be better. 

You are right this is very mechanical. The main issues to address right now are

1. strengthen your poses. especially at the start. they are very weak and similar to each other.

2. Watch your hips. The weight of your character is often off balance with the hips too far forward to too far back.

3. There seems to be very little to no rotation in the hips or torso. This small detail can often make poses seem much more dynamic and real. This relates back to strengthening your poses.

4. Stay in stepped mode for now. This makes it much easier for people to see your key poses and breakdowns.

Once that is done, when you switch to spline, you should see an improvement

Keep going. Good luck!

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#5 11-07-2017 5:31 am

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Re: Sneaking guy

ten_thousand_hours wrote:

It's probably best to give people a little bit of time to reply before asking again. Usually a week would be better. 

You are right this is very mechanical. The main issues to address right now are

1. strengthen your poses. especially at the start. they are very weak and similar to each other.

2. Watch your hips. The weight of your character is often off balance with the hips too far forward to too far back.

3. There seems to be very little to no rotation in the hips or torso. This small detail can often make poses seem much more dynamic and real. This relates back to strengthening your poses.

4. Stay in stepped mode for now. This makes it much easier for people to see your key poses and breakdowns.

Once that is done, when you switch to spline, you should see an improvement

Keep going. Good luck!

Hey thanks for the feedback.. and I am sorry. didn't mean to flood it with ding dongs.
Will work on that soon.

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