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Cauldronis, the Grim Ghoulash

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A fanart animation for Jouste's character, Cauldronis! :D I love his character concepts, so I came up with this. I hope it's not too bad. D: (I usually do less organic modular animations)

Hope you guys like it.


Grear! You should be an artist for one of those turn based MMOs or something

Amazing! Eventhough, i'd make it slimier

Very awesome.. the only thing you could add is the slime sloshing out from the cauldron... in the picture to the left you do a great job showing that, but the moving one doesn't have that and would make it look extremely awesome

adeCANTO responds:

The picture on the left is a still Image from Jouste~ =o As it's said the description. It's hard to make xD I'll try it sometime though.

Might I provide a bit of a critique? I like the follow up movements such as the bits hanging of of the elbow and chin, but the arms moving back and forth on the cauldron part seems a bit distracting, maybe if they were planted and he just lifted the whole character up and slightly bobbed a bit up and down? Like barely perceptible pushups?

Otherwise looks great, I did notice the attempt at organic this time whereas your past stuff is usually puppeteering solid shapes.

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Reminds me of a boss in the Castlevania series. I like some of the odd detail you put into his body. The cauldron itself looks pretty epic too. It is an interesting mix of a monster that looks fairly typical "English graveyard ghoul" placed within a cauldron that looks a little more Hawaiian / Tiki-esque.

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4.35 / 5.00

Jan 24, 2013 | 7:02 PM EST
File Info
730 x 551 px
3.3 mb

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