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New sprint animations for Project Reality (WIP 1)
Posted in: Animation
Posted 03-11-2016 at 07:13 PM by KaB

Here's a first overview of new sprint animations I'm working on:

Hope you guys will like them!
Updated 03-12-2016 at 05:01 AM by KaB
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    Rabbit's Avatar
    Looks awesome so far Kab!
    Posted 03-14-2016 at 04:30 PM by Rabbit Rabbit is offline
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    Scandicci's Avatar
    Shoot and move tactics by some decent gunfighters.

    Their guns are straight up.
    Posted 04-04-2016 at 02:16 PM by Scandicci Scandicci is offline
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    FlOwMaKeRs's Avatar
    Hey kab, It's possible to add an animation of sprinting with a gun and one hand?

    When the military is running in panic, running with one hand, I guess it's to run faster and comfortable.

    Maybe you could make three phases:

    - Jogging
    - Running
    - Faster

    as example, idk im just saying. It would be good
    Posted 04-14-2016 at 05:54 PM by FlOwMaKeRs FlOwMaKeRs is offline
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    mockingbird0901's Avatar
    Originally Posted by Scheintot887 View Comment
    Usually it points front down - SOME units also have the barrel straight up but this is realy rarely and as I know not used by conventional forces.

    May fix that and ask some soldiers you know. You definitly will get some inspiration.

    But like I have said, I am sure you can do good stuff.
    We were trained to point them down/forward when going towards the enemy, and to point them straight up when falling back.
    Posted 04-23-2016 at 04:40 PM by mockingbird0901 mockingbird0901 is offline

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