Source Filmmaker

Source Filmmaker

My first Source film (Act 1)
My TF2 movie will be split into seperate parts first then will be joined into one movie. Here is the first part: http://store.steampowered.com
Sorry about the animations at some points, Source was glitching out at points. Feed back would be nice.
Edit: I was wondering, should I continue with this story?
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Uh..... shouldn't there be some comments by now?
psi onix 27. Okt. 2013 um 0:56 Uhr 
hmm.. kind of hard to know where to begin in terms of feedback. But don't be "sorry" about your animation. it's evident that you're very much a beginner. You will improve if you keep at it.

I guess i'll just say one important thing is to start using lights more often. Like in every scene. There were a couple scenes where you had a light on the character, but it'd be too bright and not well placed. Start practicing working with lights a lot more. Your characters should always have some kind of lighting on them... just make sure to dim it a bit from the default setting because it looks like a flashlight when you first create it.
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hmm.. kind of hard to know where to begin in terms of feedback. But don't be "sorry" about your animation. it's evident that you're very much a beginner. You will improve if you keep at it.

I guess i'll just say one important thing is to start using lights more often. Like in every scene. There were a couple scenes where you had a light on the character, but it'd be too bright and not well placed. Start practicing working with lights a lot more. Your characters should always have some kind of lighting on them... just make sure to dim it a bit from the default setting which looks like a flashlight when you first create it.
Ok thanks. I'll take note.
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