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The Division: Dark Zone in a nutshell

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Comedy - Parody
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Uploaded
May 17, 2016 | 12:58 PM EDT

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Is this my style or im just being lazy? THanks

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johnnyfourthjohnnyfourth

Rated 3 / 5 stars

The drawing in this one is nice - I don't think your style looks lazy, it just looks like you need to keep practicing, but hey, we all do!! Like I commented on the other animation, your work would improve a lot if you did two major things: tried to refine your drawing skills daily and added some variation to the animation.

Here's an example of what I mean with the animation.. When your character in the red jacket is asking "should I shoot him" his body does not move at all, but a word bubble appears. Think about what you would do in this situation. Maybe you would look down at your gun, move your body uncomfortably, and then slowly look back up at the target. Then, maybe you would slowly raise the gun up, shaking a little bit, before firing. The blast from the gun would would so powerful that it would shove your shoulder backwards, and maybe because you were uncertain if you should shoot, you would fall down, because you weren't confident in shooting the person.

That might not be the clearest example, but I hope you get what I'm getting at. Movement is very beautiful, and in order to copy it you need lots and lots of unique drawings. Practice drawing anatomy, and practice sketching poses. Try animating some walks, some jumps, and some runs, making sure to really focus on how the body bends, twists, squashes and stretches.

By the way, I like your colors and I like the story line. Keep it up, man


XxFalopioxX responds:

Thank you and a get you, good idea of shaking and looking up thinking. My next proyect i will try to do it very refine. And yes i have to practice anatomy and poses and animation frame by frame. I never take clases of drawing or animation.


DemetriosDemetrios

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is your style, and I would suggest finalizing your animation with in-between frames, thus polishing your animation and making it overall pleasurable.

3/5 Very good idea. You're on the right track. Make your animations longer, or have more scenes to fill in the 'space'. Dont be afraid to actually animate the characters. You seem like you know more about motion tweens than the initial drawing aspect. But that's good at first. That's all I feel I should say about this one. I'd like to see you improve. Potential, but not quite there yet. Good luck animating buddy!


XxFalopioxX responds:

Thank you very much for those words, i will continue to improve and play with this style. Thanks for the support, comment like this is what keep me going. Thank you again for your opinion and advice.


jovchajovcha

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Honestly don't know what this animation is about (guessing it's a reference to the video game "The Division") so it left me with a big :" WTF was that all about ???!!!!". Also the animation it self is dated and looks like it was put together in a hurry with out to much thought.


XxFalopioxX responds:

Yes is from The Division and you have to play it to know the reference, and yes i finish this work in about 3 days (2hours per day)

I know was fast and it looks horrible but maybe this is my style... Or maybe am just being lazy.


noshunnoshun

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Aheheheh, so true man , so true indeed! 5*