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Mar 5, 2012 | 8:55 PM EST

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Created this and rigged in flash then animated:

So this took forever because i kept giving flash too much to do and flash kept crashing. I had another one that was much longer to a different sound but flash decided to destroy it. This was also the first time I have ever animated to music, so...

I did a dragon http://cuddlesthemighty.d eviantart.com/gallery/#/d 4ql0wz
I loved how the wings moved and wanted to do something/someone with wings.

Reviews


WegraWegra

Rated 0 / 5 stars

How the hell is that considered dancing? Oh move her limbs in odd proportions? Not really bro ty again



KyleDartistKyleDartist

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I have to agree with Misty here, your illustration with the shading looks pretty awesome, but when it comes to animating it you can't just stick a couple key-frame transitions in there and hope that flash with work out the rest for you. Sometimes you have to draw in other frames, which is plenty of work but trust me you'll feel a lot better about the final product, and everyone else will certainly notice the difference.



MistyEntertainmentMistyEntertainment

Rated 2 / 5 stars

There's tons of room for improvement.

The art was drawn very well, I can't think of any flaws in the art aspect. In the animation aspect, however, I can't say this succeeded here. The fact this was comprised entirely of motion tweens really let this down.

I'm not saying not to motion tween, but if you rely on it too much, it gives out a broken and disoriented vibe. If you're looking to animate a dance, then by all means, frame-by-frame animation would definitely suit this better.

The problem here is the lack of easing. There's no noticeable tween easing in this loop; if you did put easing, then apparently you need to put more. I think the best way to give an example of this was when her feet hit the ground - the entire dance makes it look like she's floating rather than interacting with the environment. Frame-by-frame animation or easing could easily fix a minor flaw like this.

Also when watching this repeatedly I can't help but notice that the tweens between her arm and shoulder don't even fit. You can easily see this by reviewing it frame-by-frame.

I am not leaving these reviews to be mean, but only to help.

2/5 for potential.


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AvascarAvascar

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Quite random, but I like your art. If your art and animation skills can improve you can make better stuff. Keep it up!

It's also a bit repetative :)


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killerhamster222killerhamster222

Rated 0 / 5 stars

kind of cool, bit needs work such as length (i know , i read the comment) but still.