How to animate pecs?

Explorer ,
Jan 14, 2022 Jan 14, 2022

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Does anyone know how to animate bouncing pecs? Duik bassel tutorials only teach you more rated everyone animated tutorials. But i am trying to do more teen/adult animation. I could only find how to bounce womens....

 

Just another reason why I hate being a gay man. Anyway if anyone could please help me or point me to the right direction that would be very helpul

 

I tried looking at bouncing pec gifs but i just dont even know how i would do that.

Even tried apporaching gay male adult animators but not one of them is available to teach. I mean is there a way to have a short video or gif of a guy bounching his pecs and then I dont know see exact type of movement that is happning maybe with motion tracker? That way i could copy what the movement is on my character and make it a loop?

 

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Jan 14, 2022 Jan 14, 2022

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Do you want to do this to an animated character, a still image, or moving footage of real person?  Do you want it to look stylized/animated or realistic?  The approach will be quite different depending on what you're aiming to produce.

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I want it to be a animated character and for it to look realistic i guess but as two dimentional

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