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Animations and Changing Art Style

Posted by Arthur Souza, 20 December 2012 · 738 views

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Hey guys! We have been working with 3d artist William Hennes on the character animations and I'm here to show you guys some simple animations of the tribal hunter.

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But at the same time we decided to change the art style direction to something more cartoonish, to add some fun visual elements, because everything seemed a little closer to the realistic side.

Anyways, sharing some animations so you guys will get a feel of the quality of the work we're trying to put on this project, hope to be able to bring something new to you guys soon!

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Great concept on the tribal warriors, Arthur. The motion appears even and pleasant--without aberration. Too close to realism? and too much file space! William Hennes has given you master training. Good Luck.
Indeed I would have to reduce the number of keyframes to use that animation set, around 4mb per character animation! If a character has like 5 different animations, it'll end up being 20mb per character, talk about a big game! Hahahahaha, thanks for the feedback!
Awesome work buddy!!! You've got a great artist on your team.
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