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jsac38 Featured By Owner May 25, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
@00:48I love your fine line work and the fluid motions!
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(Created beginning of 2010)
Watch a Better HD Ver here: youtu.be/qwLivyvUXe8

Short commissioned animations (mostly cycles) for scenes from a Student’s final project.
All these scenes were done by me in TVPaint. Character Design is NOT mine. Most of this (if not all) did not end in the final project, but I wished to share my work anyway. And please don't ask me about the project itself, I was asked by the client avoid any relation to the original project and was given permission to show this as part of my portfolio only.

For a huge article (that will answer MOST of your questions) about Animation and Lady Ice that I wrote please go to: news.deviantart.com/article/10...
Of course feel free to write to me any comment/question you have and I'd gladly reply to you.

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jsac38 Featured By Owner May 25, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
@00:48I love your fine line work and the fluid motions!
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Charmed-Ravenclaw Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
@00:48That's cute. I like the bounciness these creatures have
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Sprybug Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48I saw that there was a crit request on this, so I thought I'd give a little bit of one. I've seen your other work before so I know you know what you're doing. When you start using programs like Flash, Toonboom, etc, it's easy to let Flash take care of some stuff you normally would do and in a sense get a little "lazy" on some parts. I noticed that most with the cycles. The runs all seemed a little stiff. The arms didn't swing much nor bent and unbent at the elbow. The up & down action was very minimal too. I noticed there was a lot of the typical follow-through and secondary action kind of missing out of it all and I know that you know all about that stuff. You can still do it with cut-out style animation, it's just a matter of doing more breakdown work and individually keyframing separate parts to pull it off and sometimes you have to do more drawings on a part of the body too. Hopefully this has been a help and if you have any further questions about Flash and/or cut-out animation and how to give it that fuller look, let me know.
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LPDisney Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48Thank you ^_^
I know I used "shortcuts", this project was done under a very tight deadline and therefore we had to "cut some corners".
Also these guys are background characters for this mass run of tons on them together, so getting into tiny details was pointless.
Thank you for the thorough comment.
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Sprybug Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48Yeah, I knew you knew your stuff. Well for a limited amount of time it looked pretty good. Lots of TV animation use "limited animation" techniques to pull off a whole episode in such a short period of time. Are you working for anybody in the animation field?
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LPDisney Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48no, I'm a freelancer so I work from project to project, mostly small ones at this point. there are no 2d studios in my country, and working for some abroad is, well, very very very complicated and long story.
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Sprybug Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48I hear you. Canada is a good place to be, but I can't get on with anybody there mainly because I'm american. There's not a lot of opportunities in the states at the moment, unless you're totally amazing. Still trying to get to the amazing point. I'm freelance too, but I do a ton of work with Lowbrow, which does the College Humor, Break, Machanimo, and Dorkly animations.
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LPDisney Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2011  Professional Filmographer
@00:48That actually sounds cool from my point of view.
Anyway, I wish you good luck!
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XavierEdgar789 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011
@00:48very smooth
very cute
very well done
i like it
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MUDrSauron Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2011
@00:48This is an excellent animation. I love the simplicity, clean lines and the smoothness. Keep it up!
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