BACK TO HOME PAGE GO BACK TO TIGER FACIAL CLIPS ISOLATED

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TRAX WORKSHOP: TIGER BODY CLIPS ISOLATED
Above are three timelines which you can experiment with.   The facial clips and the neck adjustment clips have been stripped away leaving just the three main body clips.   The upper time line operates all three clips.   The first clip goes from pose A to pose B.   The second goes from pose B to a lash with the right hand paw and then back to pose B.   The third goes from pose B back to pose A.   If you move your cursor from left to right over the first time line, leave via the right hand boundary and make a broad sweep around over the top and enter the time line again from the left hand boundary you will see that sequence has a common start and end position (it loops).   This can be very handy if you donít have quite enough animation for a sequence.   The middle time line demonstrates the flexibility of common poses (common positioning).   With the middle clip removed the two remaining sequences could be butt joined.   The lower time line shows the middle clip in isolation and this, of course, also loops but it wouldnít be recommended as it is too short and too definitive and would be easily detected by an audience.   The use of common stances (poses) are however not so easily detectable especially when they are well spaced out and you incorporate parallel additional behavior.   If your not keen on using common poses and animation loops then stay away from wild life, itís full of them.
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