Hi guys! Here’s some of the backgrounds I’ve been drawing this past week for my animation class. (I finally made them all!! Yayz!) Now I have time to actually start to fix the animation! Late from the schedule, as always. Haha, I wonder why!
Fashionable rabbit made for a character design course~
At my second animation course we started from the very basics, and I later thought these would be nice to have in color. Originally made with pencil and paper, but traced and colored with computer later on. The balloon I drew few times before getting it the way I wanted. It also ended up being the longest of the three with the total of 78 drawn frames, whoa!
I’ve been so busy with my school courses that I haven’t been able to draw much anything else these days - but I found some older pictures hanging in my hard drive that I had totally forgotten about! An epic robot battle settles with not-so-epic dive! Poor Tim also brokes his arm in such an overly dramatic manner (and takes him three more frames to actually get a grasp of it)
Sketchbook drawings from the last month. Haven’t been able to use computer so much, so I’ve been filling my note with Timtale scenes. After taking the 2D animation classes, I’ve been really getting quicker with drawing! Here’s some Timtale for you!
More robot concepts. I’ve been really into robots recently - This one’s called EAM, it’s a tiny helper robot for every home.
Little meme thingy~ Thank you Manny! (ღ˘⌣˘ღ)
Nose/eye/mouth studies! （人´∀`*）
The Real Hero
Not all the heroes are in comic books! ヽ(･∀･)ﾉ
Some steps from my run loop study project! The most clear improvements during the process were fixing his arms and switching the frame rate from 12 to 24 frames. It really smooths things up! *o*)~ I learned so much during this little project!
danyosaur3 said: Hey! love your art and animation :) ~ mid me asking what do you use for animating?
Thank you~!! ;o; That’s way too lovely to hear! And not at all! ♥ I tend to use only photoshop to animate my few 2D-animation stuff before, but it’s a real pain with PS, so the last autumn I bought this pretty neat animation program called Toon Boom Animate!
For the run loop I first sketched the super rough contact and passing positions in Photoshop (since I still feel more comfortable to sketch stuff there than in Toon Boom), and then I imported those pics in Toon Boom and made the animation there. This was actually the first (but totally not the last!!) finished animation I’ve been able to make with the program after buying it. So I’m still a beginner with Toon Boom and animating stuff in general. (ノ*゜▽゜*)
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