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June 2nd, 2012 #1
I usually animate to music. I also animate funny, absurd, or ridiculous things as my attention span is pretty short. This is like my sketchbook, except with animations. Atrocious animations.
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Sprite for little dog:
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Sprite for the daddy dog:
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As experimentation, I'd suggest you are heading the right psychotic direction.
June 8th, 2012 #6
The more you do, the better you become. I am getting used to the workload first.
Another stupid dachshund, this type is dressed in little doll clothes so I call them "moppies". I am writing a script that involves a family of moppies that end up shooting eachother dead.
Melting and mutating seal probably from a nuclear explosion:
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June 17th, 2012 #12Registered User
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haha, very funny stuff. You do a lot with very little. It's a rare talent. The last head turn is actually pretty solid too.
When you animate, do you use onion skinning or do you flip between the next and last frame? I strongly recommend flipping. There are some construction issues in the last dog head that could have been seen while drawing if you flipped
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June 18th, 2012 #13