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My last gif of the year is also the most lazy. About 20 mins worth of labor, 12 frames, 1 dog.

See ya next year.


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Oh nice

Love me animation and pixel and this one was pretty smooth it is smooth and flows very well the solid backround was nice Here are these types of artworks that always grab my interest its the effort and detail that goes into these that really get me interested So Props to you on a unique and interesting idea here so nice effort here, anyways nice flow of animation here

~X~

Very smooth

Only 12 frames make for this smooth an animation motion... that's still pretty impressive! Feels like the legs freeze up for a tiny bit when they're closest together (maybe that's the lazy part?) but overall this looks great. So innocent, so unintentional, button eyes and so easily shapeshifting a mass, so free... and yet he never gets anywhere. As if the red background is a representation of our world the hamster wheel we all just keep running around. Free within the very fabric of our own cage.

Anyway before I started getting all analytical this was a pretty inspiring little thing! Makes you want to go running a bit. Get in shape. Leap out the office window and live life.

Would also probably have been much more meditative with a bit more green.

-cd-

Luis responds:

Thank you for the feedback. I think one of the dangers of working with such little frames is that you can run into problems with how browsers and sometimes websites render gifs. internet explorer seems to have a tough time having it loop properly, firefox looks ok and chrome is a lil slow.

NNNNNNN-DOGGO

i <3 it

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