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Bobby McCon, EdTech Group

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Mukhtar Guriev
Mukhtar Guriev

Proper Female Running Animation

This next mod is another animation replacer, though this time specifically for Combat animations. Specifically, this mod changes animations for 1 handed and 2 handed weapons, normal attacks, power attacks, bash animations and running attacks.

Proper Female Running Animation

Art-wise, she was envisioned by Arnold Tsang to be a warlock- or mage-like character, with robes, sleeves and hand motions that evoked a use of magic.[5] This subsequently led to some difficulty with her character animations, especially with her sleeves; while they had done long flowing clothes before for Reaper, animating the sleeves with the complex hand movements took several months. This particularly was true for her Legendary skins, which animator Hak Lee said took between three and five months to properly animate.[5][6] Moira's animations in-game were found by some journalists to be close references to various anime, such as her running animation matching that of Naruto Uzumaki from the anime Naruto. Overwatch lead writer Michael Chu acknowledged that many members of Blizzard's animation team were anime fans and some references had filtered into characters and customization items; for Moira, Chu believed the anime-like touches helped to make her character visually distinctive among a fast-paced battle within the game.[7]

Sadly that linked page lacks sitting, jumping, running animations, so it is not as complete as Eliza's. Eliza's set might have missing lots of assets for now, but all in all I think this is the best, and most well-thought revision of the LPC assets so far.

Anyway, here are my preliminary findings: when cast/slash/thrust/bow that you're working on gets finished, you'll have all the most common use cases! Which is great news! It looks like the most required animations that were missing from the original LPC are jumping and running, which you have already covered.

@bzt: Just to point out: running and jumping exist for the original bases, they just lack assets making them less useful. The real win here is not that Eliza included these, but that she made some actual assets to use with them. Regarding a push animation, I have that one, but for the original bases and only for a clothed male sprite (because I stupidly didn't derive it from the character base, but from the completed sprite); I'm recreating that so it's more modular and re-usable. When it's done (including the clothes to go with it) I'll post it. Do note though that "walking with your hands in front of you" looks like your character has super strength because they're not leaning into the push, unless they're pushing a trolley or something that's meant to be pushed around without effort.

To address your question about the walkcycle (sorry, it's a long list!): A pre-existing jacket should fit the walk animation, but two side-view frames will need to be moved up one pixel. The pants won't, but it will be an easy fix with a couple of pixels' difference. ... I'm not sure how many old assets exist for that bodytype, however. The thin masculine base was created from the original feminine base a few years ago, but I don't know how many clothing assets have been made for it. So it may be female-only clothing you need to worry about.

-character-bases does include jumping animations for all bodies; it lacks only sitting, running, and idle animations. But this submission lacks slash, thrust, shoot, and hurt/die animations, and also the (broad-shouldered) male, muscular, pregnant, and child bodies, so...

It's true there are some "bugs" in the existing character assets---things like 1px differences in the position of heads between male/female bodies, unintended movements in some animations, pixel errors in parts of the body that are not intended to move, etc. A collaborative effort was underway here -character-bases to fix those "bugs," incorporating modifications and fixes from multiple members of the community. This is not a fork; it's more like a patch release.

The good news is that CSS animations have a solution, the animation-fill-mode property. This property instructs the animated element to retain the styles from the first and/or last keyframe of the animation.

Sometimes you may want to add a short delay before the start of an animation for a better user experience. Accomplish this with the animation-delay property. Below, the animation has a delay of 4s (four seconds).

Most runners are heel strikers, and women are more likely to be heel strikers than men. Heel striking is believed by many running experts to cause higher impact than landing near the middle or front of the foot, possibly contributing to an increased risk of injuries. In one of the few women-only fitness studies, scientists decided to study injury risk among 249 experienced female runners, all of whom were heel strikers.

Most runners are heel strikers, and women are more likely to be heel strikers than men. Heel striking is believed by many running experts to cause higher impact than landing near the middle or front of the foot, possibly contributing to an increased risk of injuries. In one of the few women-only fitness studies, scientists decided to study injury risk among 249 experienced female runners, all of whom were heel strikers.\n

The fill attribute (which is rather unfortunately named the same as the fill attribute which defines the fill color of an element) is similar to the animation-fill-mode property, which specifies whether or not the element should return to its initial state after the animation is over. The values in SVG are similar to those in CSS, except use different names:

Notice how the animation restarts from the initial from value instead of the value it reached at the end of the animation. Unfortunately, SMIL does not include a way to go back and forth between the start and end values like CSS animations allow us to do. In CSS, the animation-direction property specifies whether or not an animation should play in reverse on some or all cycles or iterations. animation-direction: alternate value means that the animation cycle iterations that are odd counts are played in the normal direction, and the animation cycle iterations that are even counts are played in a reverse direction. This means that the first cycle will play from beginning to end, then the second cycle will play from the end back to the beginning, then the third cycle will play from the beginning to the end, and so on.

In CSS, you can choose to change the default uniform animation pace and specify a custom easing function that controls the animation, using the animation-timing-function property. The timing function can be one of a few predefined keywords, or a cubic bezier function. The latter can be created using a tool such as this tool by Lea Verou.

For motion along a path, it gets a little more complicated. The animation gets applied using the SVG transform attribute. The corresponding property is element.transform, which is of type SVGAnimatedTransformList. You can explore the DOM objects, methods, and properties defined at that link to discover the possibilities for using the SVG DOM to work with transformations.

I have a shape tween animation. It works back and forth in the browser with the animate property.Is there a way to do this purely with CSS or with javascript. I want to use this as a state change animation. I have one shape that is a loading image, and then I want to tween it to a play button when ready. Would love some guidance. Thanks!

While technically boxing, fighters come equipped with mechanical arms, Gears, that give a significant boost in battle. Realizing that he can't get his hands on a proper Gear, Joe decides to fight old school. Megalo Box has great animation, a fantastic protagonist, and consistently exciting fights. Season 2 also takes the story in an unexpected direction and does it well.

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