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Trumix      Half-time artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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FeliX_Reinhard_Horst - 07.08.09 10:36
Klasse gemacht!
mil - 19.04.09 10:20
Besser als die Animation letztens Aber das Standbein bewegt sich nach hinten und wird gleichzeitig länger und dünner. Das solltest Du lieber an einer Stelle lassen, maximal eine kleine Bewegung reinbringen, dann passt das besser - vor allem mit dem steifen, unbewegten Oberkörper.

Leichnam - 19.04.09 00:14
5 oder 6 Einzelbilder sind es.

Da kann man sich mal vorstellen, wie die alten handgezeichneten Trickfilme so waren - 25 Bilder pro Sekunde. So ein oller Asterix hatte immerhin gegen 80 Minuten Spieldauer ...
Wolfgang - 18.04.09 23:21
Das ist doch schon ne recht flüssige Bewegung

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