An animation review blog from the 2010 Gobelins Animation Summer School class.
Looks cool! I wish I had started my cycle more like this and not with the problematic superheroics I went with. I think the right hand could have a little ease out when it first releases the bar so it has a bit more of a pendulum arc. I like the feeling of tension the legs have during the 1st to 2nd swing transition but I think that gets lost near the end; the legs start to feel kind of floppy. I had the same problem with mine. I think they either need to tense up more or have more of their own pendulum motion; right now it seems somewhere inbetween (just for the last swing or two; I think the legs are great up until near the end of the second swing).Also during the last swing we see on screen, his head seems to jerk back a little bit.Hooray for more people contributing!
Hey Patty!This is looking great i love how he uses his head to push himself off also the hand moments look great.Some minor notes are.1)when he goes up in the start to anticipate before going down i wound bend more the torso so after that we see a bit of a reversal and the release of force in the body,so i guess what i am saying is push that more.2)The ending swing seems a bit stiff like the hall torso is kind of moving together.3.The palms seem to stick when garbing the rope like magnets maybe have them start the garbing a little more up so when they fully grab it the palm comes a bit down.if that makes any seance.Thats all i see here.Great going on this so far.Take care.