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what was that one thing that you seen during childhood that released that spark in you?
The spark that said i want to be a great animator
Chris O'Neil was my inspiration.
What's it gonna be? You have to decide.
Tits, or destiny...
I like to watch animation shows...and its inspire me most...
Horror movies probably did it for me. I would always think: "One day I want to make one of those!".
alenbecker's "animator vs animation"......and the anime series "naruto",but iam also a mech engineer...... :)
don't give up....
At 10/16/10 11:42 PM, StompRocket2009 wrote: Chris O'Neil was my inspiration.
Just call me Psycho for short.
Ever since i sawa Shock 1 & 2 xD I was into sticks but now i got a tablet so im doing anime :3
Even a broken clock works twice a day :3
Yeah, I dont get it either
LegendaryFrog. To me, he used to be the one animator to rule them all.
"Animation is not the art of drawings that move, but the art of movements that are drawn." -Norman McLaren
Well, a lot of things inspired me to become an animator. But the main thing that inspired me to become an animator was something that had nothing to do with animation, but it gave me an idea for an awesome Cartoon.
"The Book of Enoch" The story of how Satan has became the Fallen Angel.
"David and Goliath"
"Wizard of Oz"
"Journey to the West"
"Hanzel and Gretel"
And many other Fables. My teacher would read these books and they had amazing illustrations. I loved the stories. I imagined them like a cartoon. I wanted to tell epic stories like these. So I became an animator. Though still working on my first piece. The script is nearly finished and I still haven't decided on a title.
To aspire to "fit in" or achieve normality, is to achieve mediocrity. Mediocrity is the painful reminder that you are nothing special.
Seeing Unbalanced (The first one) I had no idea what 'Flash' Was, so I tried to make it in pivot. xD
At 11/6/10 12:28 PM, PBass wrote: LegendaryFrog. To me, he used to be the one animator to rule them all.
Same, LF made we want to try out animation for the first time. Once I saw Adam Phillips and "Bitey of Brackenwood" though, that's when I decided I wanted to be "an animator" It's been the continued influence of my fellow newgrounders that has convinced me to try to pursue a career in this.
I've done some animations on book pages since i was 9-10... then last march i saw david firth's animations. Totally changed my life, i'm trying to do a decent animation on flash and photoshop since then.
Quite simply, it was this movie:
John n' Richie were the reason I picked myself up a copy of Flash. At the time, CS3 was brand new, so I saved some money by buying Flash 8. Yes, it was a legal transaction. Perfect Kirby presented the idea that many video game characters can come together under a single world, or story. The idea had been done before, but only in sprite form. I wanted in. My spiritual tribute to Perfect Kirby became "Nintendo Story and ran for four episodes until I lost interest. Actually, I started losing interest sometime after the second movie. It had gotten off to such a rough start that I couldn't bring myself to continue. Animators often delete their previous works that they're not proud of, but I kept mine. I'm not sure why.
But regardless, even though Pikanjo have seemingly quit Perfect Kirby altogether as a result of college and adult life, I continue to find reason to keep trying, even after my list of failures. I like Flash, I just need to realize that more often.
I usually frequent the VG and collaboration Forums. If you find me anywhere else, I'm lost and can't find my way back.
At 10/17/10 01:52 PM, Randomguy78 wrote: our fellow newgrounders "alvin earthworm" and "terkoiz1"
Stickmen and sprites... I consider them to be hindering and tumor like to proper animations and animators of the internet. They're simple and extremely easy to use; with sprites you don't have to draw anything and anyone can draw a stickman... and so many people who can't draw or just can't be bothered spending time on animations resort to sprites and stickmen movies. Then for some reason so many people enjoy all the many crappy stickmen and sprite movies that are made and all the better animations are extremely over looked and ignored in comparison.
At 11/6/10 09:57 PM, Kollskegg wrote: Watching Tom and Jerry with my grandpa.
My grandpa likes that show too.
At 12/2/10 07:36 AM, CloudEater wrote:At 10/17/10 01:52 PM, Randomguy78 wrote: our fellow newgrounders "alvin earthworm" and "terkoiz1"Stickmen and sprites... I consider them to be hindering and tumor like to proper animations
truthfully, and I hate to admit this, but I kinda like sprites, and if it wasn't for sprites I wouldn't be on newgrounds probably. I am sick of all the naruto vs sasuke sprite movies that come out every day though, those suck.
At 12/2/10 01:32 PM, turtleco wrote:At 12/2/10 07:36 AM, CloudEater wrote: Stickmen and sprites... I consider them to be hindering and tumor like to proper animationstruthfully, and I hate to admit this, but I kinda like sprites, and if it wasn't for sprites I wouldn't be on newgrounds probably. I am sick of all the naruto vs sasuke sprite movies that come out every day though, those suck.
Disappoint... I prefer stickmen to sprites, people who use sprites don't have to draw anything at all, they just tween other peoples work around the stage.