That's some nice fluid animation there, sir. A+!!!
I really like the way it flies off! You like to traumatise your characters, don't you? By the way, are you left handed? The reason I ask is because you have his left hand grasping at his chest and I was wondering if it would have read more clearly if it was his right arm [I had to play it back to see what was happening - maybe that was just me!]. Which has more space to convey the motion. But then again you might have had to change the background to give it more room. So I dunno. What do you think? Oh, and speaking of background, I dig that Dr. Seuss-like clump in there.
I love how he flies out. Great animation as usual man!
trevour--Thanks, dude! You're one of the kind ones!crsp--Thanks! Yeah I think torture is more than likely a better term. No, I'm kidding. Traumatize? I dunno I guess fear or shock feels more real for me when I see cartoon characters react like that, plus it'll make sense once I show you the entire thing done.Nah, I'm right handed. I figured it would read well with his left hand grasping his chest and I figured I'd have his right arm rest on the tree. I felt like it read well and looked good composition wise. I guess it would've worked with his right hand grasping his chest, but I probably wouldn't have known what to do with his left arm. I planned it in a way of how I would regain composure and take deep breaths after getting scared and how it would look like visually.ryan--Thanks, man! I really dug that animation you did of your duck character. He looks really solid as his head turns.james--Thanks! I'm glad ya liked it!
Yer, I agree. HAHAThe arm resting on the tree would convey that better. I think it happened so quick that I missed it. I might have to get myself tested for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Hey, I just came here from Katie's blog... Your animation is super-fun! I dig all of your poses. Keep it up!
wow! this is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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