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Testing My new Dragon puppet
Wow, that's a beautiful puppet!
Indeed, great work !
But it seems that you wanted to animate too many things at once and as a matter of fact, your dragon moves are a little confused.
Thanks Grcodan and Hugo
You right Hugo great crit. I had not thought out the moves except the A to B positions all the in-betweens were me playing with the animatable parts of the puppet getting a bit over excited in the process. I need to think this through better. I just wanted to see him move!
I thought it looked pretty awesome!
Yeah, it was clear you were just testing various parts, not really working with a "purpose" to the moves yet. That will come.
I just have to repeat, tho, that dragon looks fantastic. Can't wait to see it really come alive.
I am anxious to see what you are able to do with this fellow when everything is planned out - I second Grecodan - "That's a beautiful puppet!"
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