arcing bounce

This is an exercise submission on the exercise Arcing Ball Bounce

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  • Derek Mayfield (hiten13)

    The timing looks good. I would work a bit on your spacing. For instance, your contacts for the first bounce could be reduced a little to give the second bounce more ground to cover.
    * Loosen up the spacing at the end, its a little floaty.

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    Wayne Dixon (waylow)

    Pretty good varken.

    Rest your eyes and then have a really close look at a couple of these things.

    -Check the height 1 frame before and after each contact and make sure the loss of vertical energy is consistent with each bounce. If it is losing about half the height, it should happen on each bounce (if that makes sense)
    -And then have a look at a similar thing with the horizontal movement. It is a little different to the vertical because it will be linear from bounce to bounce but reducing in speed instantly on each bounce. It just needs a little tweaking here are there to fix it.
    -At the end reduce the amount of single frame bounces.

    Keep up the good work, you’ve done a great job.

  • Mark Smith (me1958424)

    exercise accomplished...
    looks like arc bouncing...
    good work.

  • Yves Perera (shinsaku)

    I think that the beginning is great but as it goes, it slows down too fast.
    But overall it's very good and definatly a pass for me.