Translator

Log in

I forgot my password

Top posters
PajamaEntertainment (1403)
 
Xyphien (839)
 
R12 (642)
 
sage (641)
 
Pivotnam (460)
 
Choiceinator (456)
 
Niceonegunit (409)
 
XPivotN00bX (399)
 
FireMarioX (334)
 
hazza (327)
 

Latest topics
» WUUUUUUUUUT?!
25/09/16, 01:30 am by Xyphien

» It's been 3 years.
24/07/13, 01:42 am by Xyphien

» its been a while
02/04/13, 12:52 pm by Xyphien

» Newbie in da house!
05/06/12, 02:37 pm by ANIMATIONMAN

» Wow.. I can't believe it...
28/05/12, 06:53 am by Xyphien

» Who wants to do a PWA battle with me?
28/05/12, 06:52 am by Xyphien

» Shadowkirby's back!
06/04/12, 08:06 am by Shadowkirby

» Hey it's me MXDP
23/03/12, 03:44 pm by Xyphien

» Test Run (need help)
21/03/12, 10:56 am by MasterXDPivot

Statistics
We have 226 registered users
The newest registered user is alecadvwxg

Our users have posted a total of 7698 messages in 787 subjects
Who is online?
In total there is 1 user online :: 0 Registered, 0 Hidden and 1 Guest

None

[ View the whole list ]


Most users ever online was 27 on 20/01/14, 05:15 pm

Easing/Smooth Test

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Easing/Smooth Test

Post by maximumalex128 on 15/06/10, 02:09 am

A test I did in Pivot 2.2.5 for "easing" and making a "smooth animation"
avatar
maximumalex128
New

Posts : 4
Join date : 2010-06-06

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by Xyphien on 15/06/10, 02:12 am

Pretty good, easing was OK, but when he hit the wall, you should add little bounce, or move more of his limbs.


Contest, check it out here!
Help us grow! ADVERTISE US!

GO here for more information on advertisement CLICK HERE
avatar
Xyphien
Admin
Admin

Posts : 839
Join date : 2010-05-02
Age : 24
Location : Virginia

View user profile http://www.Pivetor.weebly.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by PajamaEntertainment on 15/06/10, 02:21 am

easing is pretty good but you need to implement realistic physics
avatar
PajamaEntertainment
Admin
Admin

Posts : 1403
Join date : 2010-05-08
Age : 22
Location : Narnia

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by R12 on 15/06/10, 04:35 am

You need to work on the basics, such as smoothing, and shakiness. It's very good for a beginner, but making more movements would help.


Check out the affiliates page... OR YOU ARE CURSED!!!!
I am the 117th registered user. I am Master Chief.
avatar
R12
Forum Reviewers
Forum Reviewers

Posts : 642
Join date : 2010-05-19
Age : 23

View user profile http://ThePivotCenter.com/forum

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by FireMarioX on 15/06/10, 10:04 am

I think you should ease more and when the stickman hits the wall, make some kind of bounce or something to make it more realistic. But it is still good though. :D
avatar
FireMarioX
Epic
Epic

Posts : 334
Join date : 2010-05-03
Age : 18
Location : On the clouds! :D

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by Xyphien on 15/06/10, 11:23 am

FireMarioX wrote:I think you should ease more and when the stickman hits the wall, make some kind of bounce or something to make it more realistic. But it is still good though. :D

Mario, the whole thing is pretty much eased


Contest, check it out here!
Help us grow! ADVERTISE US!

GO here for more information on advertisement CLICK HERE
avatar
Xyphien
Admin
Admin

Posts : 839
Join date : 2010-05-02
Age : 24
Location : Virginia

View user profile http://www.Pivetor.weebly.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by R12 on 15/06/10, 11:31 am

Take a close look at the arm. Are you trying to tell me THEY'RE eased?


Check out the affiliates page... OR YOU ARE CURSED!!!!
I am the 117th registered user. I am Master Chief.
avatar
R12
Forum Reviewers
Forum Reviewers

Posts : 642
Join date : 2010-05-19
Age : 23

View user profile http://ThePivotCenter.com/forum

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by Xyphien on 15/06/10, 11:34 am

i meant the video, not the joints. =\


Contest, check it out here!
Help us grow! ADVERTISE US!

GO here for more information on advertisement CLICK HERE
avatar
Xyphien
Admin
Admin

Posts : 839
Join date : 2010-05-02
Age : 24
Location : Virginia

View user profile http://www.Pivetor.weebly.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by R12 on 15/06/10, 11:37 am

I believe the arms are PART of the video, and them and the legs are what Mario was talking about.


Check out the affiliates page... OR YOU ARE CURSED!!!!
I am the 117th registered user. I am Master Chief.
avatar
R12
Forum Reviewers
Forum Reviewers

Posts : 642
Join date : 2010-05-19
Age : 23

View user profile http://ThePivotCenter.com/forum

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by TheCluelessXbox on 16/06/10, 02:14 pm

If when he hit the wall his body could like go in an I formation then when he hit the ground he would bounce.But nice effort 3/5
avatar
TheCluelessXbox
Pivoter
Pivoter

Posts : 26
Join date : 2010-06-15

View user profile http://www.teamfortress2andothergames.webs.com

Back to top Go down

Re: Easing/Smooth Test

Post by Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum