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Kaiju of the Kindly Mountains

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The Kaiju approaches, witness the devastating end times of the Kindly Mountains...

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VaguelyWonderful responds:

Quite possibly the most accurate comment yet!

to live in harmony with the spirit of the mountain called monkey was enough

VaguelyWonderful responds:

Gorillaz from lands afar lurk in the shadow of the mountains

its some cool art right there

VaguelyWonderful responds:

Thank you, super happy you like it! :)

I love your psychedelic art!!

VaguelyWonderful responds:

Thank you so much! That's so kind of you :)

This is great and mesmerizing to look at, but there is one minimal improvement that could've been made: the spikes around the eye at the top of the picture keep bouncing back and forth, which is distracting because it is not what one would expect them to do. Instead, it would have been better to double the loop on the gif, leaving everything bouncing as it is (including the pupil of the eye) and simply use the second round to allow for the spikes to complete their rotation. The speed increases/decreases of the spikes shouldn't change through this, so that even with the rotating motion everything retains it's "bouncy" feel.

Apart from that, amazing work!

VaguelyWonderful responds:

Thanks for the feedback! What you've mentioned is exactly what I was conflicted about whilst making this, I was torn between having the spikes pulse or spin. I'd tried a full rotation to begin with that I'd felt it seemed too fast and went with this variant instead. Were I do go back and change it I'd probably change that motion to more of a gentle pulse to maintain the flow of the bounciness better like you mentioned :)

Glad you liked it and thank you for taking your time to provide this feedback, I really appreciate your suggestions :)

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May 19, 2019
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