Yeah, this is a really nice full stride you have here... One thing I noticed when I animate walk cycles, is that the foot that comes off the floor is actually barely off the ground, like half an inch... here her foot goes up a tad too high witch makes it off a bit, but I would say this is one of your best if not THE best cycle you have so far... very sexy!!!
Hi Saphire I do like them , your work is great , as for a video converter have you tried Super video converter it works very well . it is hard to find the link on this page but it is there [link] - tutorial how to download lol [link] . Can i ask why is it if i zoom in the animation gets very pix-elated ? Thx for the art work you make ...
the problem you see when you zoom in is the same thing you see when you zoom in on images.. this animation is 1280x540.. so if you watch it bigger then this the viewer you are using will try to blow up the pixels, which will end up in a very blurry end result.. so its not really a good idea to enlarge the animation.. best way to view them is in their original size...
thank you.. but i cant help you with that.. i just started out with doing animations, so im still in the experimenting phase.. just like you see here, the whole upper body isnt animated at all.. im focusing purely on the lower part of the body and trying to get a good walk cycle out for her legs..
Oh its sad for me But continued your experimenting... b'coz Practice makes men perfect...! (ALL THE BEST)
By the way now in which software you using to convert/compressed your avi to swf files? Thats good but what it is? In my sight: Total Video Converter(TVC) HD Version 3.00 or >Above, also do an awesome job, totaly loss-less quality, regarding on settings. Thanks4ur Reply
O! it's like 3d animation. wow! amazing! I just wonder how the world is changing. I watched avatar in cinema, its still in my mind, I was amazed, what the hell graphs are? my head always starts spinning. I always wondered how they do it? they have this big studios, billion dollar's technology and a lots of lots of artists. Now I m just soooo amazed and wondering how did you do it?
well actually you dont need a big studio anymore nowadays.. what you need is a big green screen, and a professional light setup.. its how they made the new star wars for example and the series sanctuary.. all the actors are preforming in front of that green screen.. everything is then pasted digitally behind them.. this can be just plain footage which has been recorded with a camera or a 3d rendered animation..
well it's good but need more detail. it's really snappy (need to play with the tangency of the curves). just guessing you need to kill the last frame but i guess you know that already. spine is really stiff , i mean they are stiff in a cat walk, but need to move with the flow of body. Elbow is not moving at all, it's look like are is a pendulum. And need more detail in hip movement. And again animation is really snappy, need to change tangencies.