At 12/2/08 12:57 AM, zedd56 wrote:
At 12/1/08 10:02 PM, KevnSevn wrote:
Draw in sections.Or you could try to not be a complete nub and actually animate.
Draw the arms, legs, mid-section, head, neck etc... in sections and convert them to symbols.
No weird glitches.
I hate cs4 so much. Back in the days of mx, you'd feel special if you could animate well. Now? Fucking automatic 3-d, motion tweens a monkey could handle, and frigging automatic bone structure tools.
What is the world coming to when computers are doing more animating than the user?
You know... the same could be said for (nearly) everyone here on Newgrounds. "Damn spoiled kids! Back in OUR day we used to painfully draw each frame on a piece of paper (or cel) with real pencils, and if we made a mistake, either we try to erase the best we can or bin the paper. WTF is up with kids abusing Ctrl+Z? WTF!". (Granted traditional animation still lives, but still...)
Frankly I don't see what you should be complaining about. It's technology, it's supposed to make things easier. If you'd be very hard headed about technological advances then stay away from the internet and go back to using transceivers, and stick to the ancient ENIACs. Otherwise, just embrace it.
And just because we have more tools right now, doesn't mean it completely alleviates an artist from doing good artwork. You can have the most expensive software and tools, but you'll still draw shit if you've got the same artistic ability as a Neanderthal. Garbage in, garbage out.