This is an exercise submission on the exercise Vanilla Ball Drops

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Exercises are a great way to test what you've learned given certain restraints, while getting feedback from your peers. Plus, they're a lot of fun!

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    Wayne Dixon (waylow)

    Excellent job Bartosz.

    You are more than ready to move on, however, I think you should at least come back and look at this one in a few weeks when your eye is stronger.
    You will start to see some areas that stick out (which means your eye is getting better).

    As to whether you should make the tweaks is up to you, but here are some small things I can see.

    Bowling Ball:
    This is pretty good but watch for any frames where it looks stuck in the air (2nd last bounce). And then lower the height of the single frame bounce as it is strobing to my eye (just make it almost invisible so you 'feel' it and not 'see' it)

    Soccer ball:
    The last 2 bounces get a little floaty. This is caused by spacing that is too even. Some minor spacing tweaks will sort that out.

    This one is the hardest because it is doing the most bouncing.
    It is very good but make sure none of the bounces feel like they hit an invisible ceiling and rocket back down to the ground.

    But mighty fine work BP, well done.

  • Mark Smith (me1958424)

    exercise accomplished...
    looks like bouncing according to type...
    good work.

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    Jonathan Lampel (jlampel)

    Really nice work Bartosz!

  • Phil Osterbauer (phoenix4690)

    Good stuff! I really like the bowling ball and soccer ball. At first glance I can really get a sense of their weight. The basket ball needs a few tweaks. The first bounce on the basketball, the spacing is really even and because of that loses some of its sense of weight. Go back and make sure the spacing is tight at the top of the arc and loosens when it traveling back to the ground. Again good job, keep going!

  • randomfraff

    Good job, although I suspect the basketball would bounce a bit higher if dropped from that height.