My name is Vince aka Vinsymbol
Just a newbie in animation, i tried Pencil2d just yesterday. After a test on linux with the 0.6.2 version i was disappointed until i decide to upgrade to the last one…
And then, oh joy, all the stuffs were working just fine.
My first try was a rough scene of a man jumping on a rock… not really original but i think it work quite well.
Feel free to share your comments
Nice one! I do like a bit of hand drawn frame work
Maybe one or two extra frames of the jump anticipation… it’ll give the jump itself a bit more omph once he lifts off! You could even put a frame in between the jump and the landing that has the knees brought up higher as though they are swinging through… may have to make the jump higher though.
I’d give the last frame a bit more time to read as well.
It is quite nice as keys and breakdowns. Well done!
i’ll do that to improve the animation
i’ll will modify it later with all your comments
In time i’ve done a man srprise by a sound
it’s the second version with 24 fps more dynamic
I would probably make him look to the right before turning his head, slow down a bit in the down pose, so we can see his blink, and make his expression start to change before he stops but this last one is trick.
I also recommend that you try to focus on the animation before drawing.
I am not a pro, but I always see professionals, like Disney level, recommending brake things in to pieces; so, first I would move his head, like a simple ball-jumping exercise, and make his shoulder overlaping and tiltin to add contrast to the moviment.
You can get an idea here of how i brake my process in animation A combo atack! A experimentaton
I basicle used straigh ahead thoug
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