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CoyoteVille - Episode .5

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Well, it's been 10 years overdue, but I finally decided to try to animate the coyoteville comic strip in flash. Consider this dipping the proverbial toe in the waters...

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Nice

Good Gag. It got a chuckle out of me, which is more than most animations do on this site.

I really enjoyed that

The voice acting and concept art of the characters was executed very well.. I liked the idea of him actually explaining how lame the sweater joke was :P it actually made me sigh with relief lol just a little bit of choppy animation but im sure with a bit of practice and you'll be ready to shine :D

You got my 5 and 10 here, really like that piece and i hope to see more soon :)

I just...

It was totally unexpected! I LOLd

awesome

love coyotes, and old cartoon gags. Nice twist. :D

Draconis777 responds:

W00t! Thanks!

Haha

Good and unpredictable joke, nice art. But the animation could have been better.
You seem to have some of the art knowledge necessary to animate but not enough experience with animating.

You should read some of the tutorials on anipedia (google it) and then search for elements of animation. If you need even more help with all this, I'd suggest you getting the book "The Animators Survival Kit" where the creator of "Who framed Roger Rabbit" explains the elements more throughout.

Hope that helps!

Draconis777 responds:

Thanks for the constructive critiques! I actually have that book (and videos) and it's helped immensely! I was able to do a decent walkcycle after practicing some of the stuff. I still have problems with being choppy but I figure that will go away with time and practice. There's also another book called "Animation Crash Course" that I've been going through and it's really good.