Double Framing?

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Do you approve of double-framing?

Yes
1
13%
No
1
13%
Sometimes
6
75%
I don't care
0
No votes
Hate it
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 8

Re: Double Framing?

Postby GuitarMangler on Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:05 pm

Darc wrote:Well, to use it to fix a movement is just laziness.
But I think it's acceptable to use it if you, say, have a guy punching someone, very powerful-like and you double frame the frame right before he extends his arm, I think it's okay, because that's not laziness, it's adding impact, IMO, and even then, some instances that looks weird. But if you're doing a skateboard animation and you double frame the entire time he's in the air, then you may as well use slow-motion.

Double framing is something that should only be used sparingly, and when it looks right.
And watching MPK's example, I think the double framing's actually a bit over done...


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Re: Double Framing?

Postby EmPeeKay on Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:11 pm

Haha, I want to be lazy all the time. Is that a bad thing?
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Re: Double Framing?

Postby GuitarMangler on Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:16 pm

Nah, it's not that bad.

Also, check out this thread. It has perfect examples about double-framing from p2k, one of the most successful double-framers.
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Re: Double Framing?

Postby Darc on Wed Jul 07, 2010 2:59 pm

Most of that was good, but the double-framing got annoying after a while.
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Re: Double Framing?

Postby Hoboapple on Wed Jul 07, 2010 4:02 pm

Darc wrote:Well, to use it to fix a movement is just laziness.
But I think it's acceptable to use it if you, say, have a guy punching someone, very powerful-like and you double frame the frame right before he extends his arm, I think it's okay, because that's not laziness, it's adding impact, IMO, and even then, some instances that looks weird. But if you're doing a skateboard animation and you double frame the entire time he's in the air, then you may as well use slow-motion.

Double framing is something that should only be used sparingly, and when it looks right.
And watching MPK's example, I think the double framing's actually a bit over done...

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Re: Double Framing?

Postby GuitarMangler on Wed Jul 07, 2010 4:04 pm

Idkwhatyouaretalkingabout.wtf
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