Complex obstacle drop

This is an exercise submission on the exercise Complex Obstacle Drop

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    Wayne Dixon (waylow)

    This one is about half way there Flave.

    Take your time with it because it is an absolute monster.
    Right here’s what I think you can work on to improve it.

    -The spacing is the biggest issue overall. Make sure that the balls are falling at the same rate at the start and that the always speed up on the way down. Don’t let them slow down before they hit the ground.
    -The next thing is the arcs. Make sure they are nice and parabolic and not straight or suddenly stopping and falling straight down.
    -Then the last thing is the rotations. You can add that at the end.

    Try to focus on the bowling ball first and then soccer ball. There is a little bit of jumping backwards and forwards as you edit things but it is all training you to build your skill.

    Keep at it Flava-flave.

  • Mark Smith (me1958424)

    exercise accomplished...
    looks like believable movement...
    (a little floaty in spots...)
    good work.

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    Jonathan Lampel (jlampel)

    Off to a good start Flave, but it doesn't look like you've taken what the previous ball exercises teach into account. This one is the toughest of the bunch, so I'd recommend going back and mastering the others first before moving on.

  • kostanoski

    Not bad, some areas are a little stiff, but overall good work :)

  • Yves Perera (shinsaku)

    This is a very good start yet some of the animation doesn't feel natural. more like : the balls are beeing controled. This is due to the path that they follow and their speed. I'll let Wayne give you more technical details. ^^