So Soft Pony, So hard to clean
- Oct 17, 2014
That's the same thing I'm getting and I'm on a laptop with Firefox.
Aww. Can't view it.
I’m not sure if you will be able to view or not. I can’t see it on my phone sadly. But I hope you can. To be honest I’m not even sure which animation this is but it’s one of my old ones archived deep with in my DA account. Lol There’s some pretty hilarious and old MLP and Care Bears stuff there too.
You got a YouTube channel?I'm currently working on another animation and this one will include voices, it has also taught me that I hate lip sync as it is tedious as hell.
Also I have no idea how I'll show it on here as GIF can't have sound and SWF is no longer supported on the internet.
You could always try making a website on Weebly (it’s free and pretty easy to set up) and put your animations on there. That’s what we did in my animation class to share most of our work, but I think there was a limit to how long it could be or something, cause we had to put some on YouTube tooHaving some issues as you can't up load SWF to youtube and I can't convert the video to AIV in flash as the sound is crap and video is also crap, so I'm not really sure what I can do about it for right now, and so I don't procrastinate the crap out animation while I try to show the other I have decided to start to work on another animation.
I like the very light seafoam green tint you've given the props, I'm guessing with a photo edit program. Giving them color and making the background a strong white makes a sort of wholesome atmosphere, if that's what you're going for. I could see this used with a slice of life animation, indie animation. If you're trying to go for a very serious office environment instead of the wholesome tone - get rid of the stamps, make the numbers of the clock a bit more straight, maybe somehow add some more detail to the clock.Hello again, I finished that GIF I was talking about making awhile back and it's currently awaiting mod approval, so in the mean time I've been working on some props and such. I've also got a massive list of new props I need to make so that's gonna take forever before I ever finish them.
I need some input as to what people think of these pictures and the new method of taking the pictures I've figured out?