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SHHHHEEEEEIT this is my first flash, i got flash for christmuz
This is actually really cool!
Don't be discouraged by any low-votes or negative criticisms if you get either. You succeeded in practicing, and it takes guts to show off your first flash.
...and all things considered, this is actually pretty complex for a first time run on the program. See my first flash for yourself...this has much more complex frame-by-frame in it.
The only think you need to work on is getting that consistency down; when tracing the shape of the body, every frame that's different is noticable in play back, as I'm sure you're aware. It's that "wobbly-ness" as it's moving. This is a natural illusion when it comes to frame-by-frame animation, and I've been at it for a while and I still have problems.
all it takes is practice.
There are tools in flash to help you out with this; the onion skins and outliners to help you trace lines exactly, or know when to start moving the line to your specifications. The closer the lines are, after each sequential frame, the smoother the animation. The farther, the faster.
...I may not be illustrating the point as clear as I've been taught. But if you want to really step up your game and learn about animation, I also STRONGLY, STRONGLY URGE YOU to pick up "The Animator's Survival Kit", which is a book by Richard Williams. Not even kidding dude, it is a WEALTH of information and expertise.
Keep at it! Keep practicing!
when animating, its best to change the framerate to 24 fps or higher usually so its smooth!
thankz for the tip ;D
I Like it
Hey it might be your first flash but i like ur movie's style its cool.. i little short though ..keep it on man ur going the right way :D
For something so small, it's good
It's pretty smooth! There's more animation in this then a lot of flashes I've seen lately. Nicely done, sir.
Keep it up!
If you don't already own the book, check out "Richard Williams: The Animator's Survival Kit" in .PDF form, you can find it with a quick google search, covers everything from learning weight, timing, and spacing to illustrated walk cycles n' all kinds of stuff.
Not exactly ready for NG yet though.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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