Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Run Cycle-Re Revised

So after my last lame attempt at animating a run cycle David Gemmill was kind enough to offer me some tips. I sat down last night and tried to apply his advice. I think it's a definite improvement over the last two tries but the overlapping action is screwed up and kind of stiff. Feel free to tell me what else is wrong with it. I threw in some Daffy heads I drew while watching "Riff Raffy Daffy" for the thousandth time. I love that long-billed Daffy from Davis' shorts.

8 comments:

Greg said...

Kevin,

Wow, what big improvements I see in looking at your work. This run cycle is looking really sharp. It must be awesome to put your art into action!

Thank you also for your editoral comments on my art. Heck I asked for you to be honest, so don't fear, I would rather hear the truth than sugar coated lines.

By the way, California Baseball teams rock!!! But for Football, I am a sold out Greenbay Packers Fan, I get in so much trouble during football season because I wear my teams colors proudly! Yes, I am a Cheesehead!

Greg

Craig D said...

Yeah, the elbow on that right arm is problematic, but you're really getting close to the mother lode.

If it were me, I'd ask myself, "What would Carlo Vinci do?"

(Of course, all I aspire to anymore is drawing Veggie-Tales characters, badly, to amuse my daughter...)

Great music, BTW. What is it?

Kevin Langley said...

Thanks guys. Yeah that elbow really stands out. I'll have to go back and fix that.

Great music, BTW. What is it?

Ahh, I wondering if anyone would ask that. It's the bridge from "I'm A Happy Mouse". It's from some Mickey and Friends album. If only it were instrumental. Mickey's singing voice is brutal.

Looney Moon Cartoons said...

This is a big step up from the last one. This is really solid, The whole body moves.

benj said...

WOW!
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just WOW!

Kevin Langley said...

Thanks Looney Moon and Benj, I appreciate the encouragement.

ryan said...

rad daffys man! the run cycle is real nice but the arm jumps when it loops.. but WHATEVA

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Great work !!!