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Parkour Animation_ RIG.B
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Parkour Animation_ RIG.B

by SooPeiChua on 16 Mar 2023 for Autodesk - RIG.B

This is my first try to do parkour animation .Hope you guy enjoy my animation.

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Update - 16 Mar 2023

Hello everyone! Today, I am thrilled to share with you my very first attempt at a parkour 3D animation. I've always wanted to create an 3D parkour animation that captures the excitement and energy of the sport.

I've put a lot of time and effort into this project, and I'm really proud of what I've created.

While this is my first attempt at a parkour 3D animation, I'm excited to continue honing my skills and exploring the possibilities of this art form. So without further ado, let's take a look at my first attempt at parkour 3D animation!

Next is my animation reference! As an animator, I know that every movement and action in an animation is important, and I want to make sure that you can understand and appreciate each one.

Throughout this animation reference, I will be breaking down each action and movement, explaining the thought process behind it and how it contributes to the overall story or mood of the animation.

For example, when you see my main character perform Turn Vault and Wall Climb Up , I want you to understand how that movement showcases the character's strength and agility.

So without further ado, let's dive into my animation reference and explore each action together!

Now I am excited to share with you my motion trail that I have drawn by myself. As an animator, I understand the importance of motion trails in creating smooth and believable animation. Motion trails are a helpful visual aid that allow you to see the path and speed of an object or character's movement, making it easier to refine and adjust the animation.

I believe that this motion trail is not only a helpful tool for animators but also a beautiful piece of artwork in its own right. So, watch and enjoy my motion trail that I have drawn myself!

1.Climb Up a Wall
2.Wall Climb Up
3.Turn Vault
4.Jump down
5.Last poses

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