I'm really loving the animation here. It's so fluid! :D
Bouncing hair!? Who do you think you are - Disney!?
Moving hair is one of my many, many fetishes. I'm definitely looking forward to it.
It seems simple until you realize that you have to animate follow-through any time you move anything. Moving the torso slightly? Gotta animate the lead up, the over-extension, and then the bounce..Every....time...It's pretty obvious why physics engines became such a big deal -__-
Physic engine are cool to program.-The math nerdWhat program are you using, by the way?
Speaking of moving hair and physics engines, this reminds me a lot of Neverwinter Nights. It had an interesting engine that they at first used for moving hair and cloth, but then in the expansions later on used it for breast physics.Which I found kind of ridiculous, because you're usually playing the game with the camera zoomed pretty far out, and there's a limit to how far you can zoom in without hacking the .exe. You'll generally get a good view of the flowing cloth and hair effects, but the breast physics? Not so much. The only time you'll reasonably see it in action is in the Aurora Toolset (the built-in editor for the game).I also remember something about it seeming a little bit awkward, but I suppose that's to be expected when you repurpose an engine like that...
Is a nice word, i meet to see your next work
It looks very nice! You shouldn't worry so much about overdoing the animations, after all it's a new technique and most people are gonna play the game for the ingame h.
Yes. That is all my brain can put up to this. Yes.
Love that jiggle o.o
Looks great! How long did it take to animate? With the bouncing. Including the jiggling. Especially the jiggles.
I dunno, 15-20 minutes? However you need to rig the character, which can take half an hour to an hour depending on what problems you run into. And of course, you still need to draw the character in the first place, and plan out how the rig will work as you go.
Looks pretty good. Have you ever heard of live2D? That program looks pretty promising, too, though I don't know how much can be done with it. Might be worth checking out for you sometime, though.
Dude, great job! Get this out ASAP my man!
You have a great deal of fluidity and naturalness in your animations, which is something that is quite rare to see particularly in the h-game CG department. Though it may be time consuming, please keep up the good work.