The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

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The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by CMcartoons » Sat Mar 14, 2015 4:11 pm

https://youtu.be/ZeCzpLjbL

My best animation (yet)
The Sands of Amny - Thirst.
Part one in a 3 part special

an experiment in animating to sound and music. I think it turned out pretty well. A few things I will change in the complete version, I was unable to get to due to arbitrary deadlines I forced upon myself. But all in all I am happy with it.
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by lawnmower70 » Sat Mar 14, 2015 5:41 pm

Theres something wrong with the link, it says this video does not exist.

Edit: Just realized I subscribe to you on youtube.

Hope you don't mind I fixed your link in my post.

Livestreaming games and Anime Studio usually every night starting around 9 eastern time.
www.twitch.tv/stugots70
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by CMcartoons » Sat Mar 14, 2015 6:03 pm

lawnmower70 wrote:Theres something wrong with the link, it says this video does not exist.

Edit: Just realized I subscribe to you on youtube.

Hope you don't mind I fixed your link in my post.

Thanks man :) sorry, didn't realize I messed that up.
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by Little Yamori » Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:20 am

Very interesting,

You have a lot of elements that work great, your sun effects and your sun spots look really good. The story sets up interestingly and gets you watching, the only thing that jumped out as a distraction was your walk cycle. There was way too much floating going on, he slides instead of walks in some obvious spots, and the pacing when he's passing the buildings has the buildings moving by quickly but his body movements are slow. I think that these are things that are correctable relatively easily. I hope you give it a shot.

Nice job overall

LY
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by CMcartoons » Mon Mar 16, 2015 1:20 pm

Thanks for watching :) yeah those parts really bugged me too, but I ended up pulling a 16 hour day due to a dead line. Already have much of it fixed. Also considering changing the front and back view walk cycles to a frame by frame animation. Just hard to get a convincing front view cycle using puppetry.
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by Danimal » Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:52 pm

This really does have a very large scale feel to it. Nicely done!
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by CMcartoons » Mon Mar 16, 2015 6:09 pm

Thank you :)
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Re: The best thing I've made (so far) with Anime Studio

Post by TheMinahBird » Tue Mar 17, 2015 5:43 am

I like the landscapes and the camera movements you did, like I like how you panned over the hills to show that the dessert is very large. I like it! You established a good mood in the beginning too!
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