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This Game Grumps Animated tells the Legend of Smeef as he journeys through time to save the Princess Zelda and Hyrule.
Animation by Epic SaveRoom
Audio is from a Game Grumps, Episode 1 of their Zelda: Link to the Past Let's Play
Watch the episode here ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymJ0xJeVYJY&list=PLRQGRBgN_Enq1TqUAalUd87CLsE5PNWvH
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I also run a Let's Play channel! It's called
GameBound ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxkfrWUToq4LtuvrDuh11Sw
Practice, one thing that you need is plenty of practice.
You can draw, sure. But you currently lack what it takes for animation to really work.
Just drawing inbetween drawings to make movement isn't enough, gotta learn yourself some smears and easing. And as previously stated in the previous review, inconsistent proportions. Yeah, that's a real problem. Very common when you start out, but you'll grow out of it.
You're on the right path, just gotta put that work in so you can get better.
Perhaps trying something different that's something not Game Grumps / Star Bomb related? You don't want to be stuck in a rut doing the same things over and over. Try out new things. Even do animation tests and just keep them to yourself.
Whatever you can do to hone your skills.
Thanks for the tips. If there is any other techniques you could fill me in on let me know. This was my first frame by frame vid. I would like to practice but I rarely get free time to myself in this world, so anything I animate is gonna be towards a finished video. And I can do voices and have original stuff planned but I just wanna animate and not worry about the other stuff yet, so I'm doing more Starbomb and Grumps stuff soon. What do you suggest for the lines? A consistent thickness or have the lines vary.
Really smooth animation.
The one problem is that the proportions aren't consistent, the heads sometimes shrink and sometimes grow too big.
Aside from that, good work!
Blue Pencilmate meets Red Pencilmate, but things don't go so well...
While taking the day off work, Lloyd and Glynis take in a movie
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