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    Ninja Turtles VS X-Men...very short animation MUTANT WARS!!!!



    started as practice and then I decided to edit it and add everything else to it to give it that sketchy euro animation style

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    I "dig" the style, though I would say this does seem like It might benefit from some more in betweens.
    It reminds me of darker experimental pieces, such as some of the shorts in the AniMatrix and the aeonflux series.
    It tells the story beautifully, and the characters seem to move as one would expect.
    I do think that the antic, when leonardo has just drawn his swords and looks down- His face gets a bit too large, or it is lingering too long on that frame. It kind of pops, as though it is out of place.
    as I said, I think the rest is wonderful, but unfinished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themegagod View Post
    I "dig" the style, though I would say this does seem like It might benefit from some more in betweens.
    It reminds me of darker experimental pieces, such as some of the shorts in the AniMatrix and the aeonflux series.
    It tells the story beautifully, and the characters seem to move as one would expect.
    I do think that the antic, when leonardo has just drawn his swords and looks down- His face gets a bit too large, or it is lingering too long on that frame. It kind of pops, as though it is out of place.
    as I said, I think the rest is wonderful, but unfinished.
    i agree fully. it was a lazy piece...thank you for ur input. it was my second animation piece ever lol...im a storyboard artists so it was experimental yet satisfying as was. nothing major and didnt want to take anymore time than needed for a throw away piece. In the Wolverine Vs Batman im working on it's more fluid, but the art is the same, very sketchy and rough look, but with that rotoscoping look tho hand animation...anime like. Drawing directly onto the wacom is tedious and never comes out as i would have on paper. it's just not as precise plus i have a very small tablet lol. I'm thinking of upping my 8fps to 10fps and adding an in-between for each panel, but the 8fps is decent enough...

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    Hi, I liked it, I think its good, nice job. What did you animate in, photoshop? Did you roto-scope a fight scene? Cant wait to see the wolverine and batman one.

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    animated in TV paint. Thank you so much for taking ur time to watch. no i didn't rotoscope one but upon watching it i tried to keep it constantly alive with either constant animation or colors never copied and pasted to the next frame. Always moving. i love that style and a lot of rotoscoping style never stops animating so thats what i meant by the style.

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    good job,the fight was really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melviso View Post
    good job,the fight was really good.
    thanks for taking ur time to watch.

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    no problem.I animate myself so I know it wasn't easy cause animating takes a lot of time to make.

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