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Old fashioned styled Animation

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rated 2.73 / 5 stars
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Experimental
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western
vintage

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Uploaded
Mar 18, 2016 | 2:31 PM EDT

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Not 100% complete, more like a demo, i uploaded this to youtube, anyway, hope this is a MASSIVE Improvement on my older and pretty poor 'animations'...

DISCLAIMER/NOTICE: The song used is not by me but it is 100% fair use and royalty free, and this newgrounds publication is NOT used for profit on this site

Song Name: Cheating Juarez

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sled-stormsled-storm

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

You've got more ground in animation covered than most people, keep working on it and you'll improve greatly in no time.


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RadaketorRadaketor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think it looks pretty good for something done frame-by-frame on MS Paint.
Since this is a demo i'm not really gonna judge on the story and plot going on but yeah, i hope your completed project has something easier to follow, this one just seemed all over the place.


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thaKclucle responds:

Yeah I'm currently working on the 'final' one, that will help make the plot actually 'make sense' if you know what i mean, thanks.


AvionArisAvionAris

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well, music was fine. The animation was a bit choppy, and I'm not talking about the STYLE, just about the fact that the motion is a bit... hmm, weird. Unless it's a part of the old-fashioned style, then pardon me.

Good work!


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thaKclucle responds:

Yeah, due to the fact that i cannot get the frames to around 12 per second as the software limit's that, so it was partly due to that reason for why i went for that old fashioned style, anyway thanks for the review.


MightydeinMightydein

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Interesting concept of simulating old animation; However, it doesn't look a thing like classic animation from anywhere that I seen.

Perhaps you can study the techniques of old cartoons by reading old art books such as a preston blair book for example.

You could also study old live action movies, old cartoons, ect.

I really like the simulated film look.

The picture had scratches, sometimes flickered and the picture would sometimes have other film like mistakes.

I'd be interested in seeing how your new movies look.

Keep making new stuff.


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thaKclucle responds:

Thanks for the advice, as far as future projects go I'll certainly be doing more research on very old films, glad you enjoyed some of the concepts.


BadWorksBadWorks

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad, it had a cool vibe on it. And the animation wasnt bad dude, im sure your animation would be better on an actual professional animation program, like Flash.


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thaKclucle responds:

thanks, of course very Basic Software's like Paint and MM limit the frame-rate very much, will hopefully get flash to improve upon this project, thanks for the feedback!