Another animation of one of the Avengers, Iron Man.
My first take on something more complicated. Really like Iron Man in the movie, the Mark 7 jetpack thing at the end was really awesome. I have no idea how close I actually got it but I tried to get the general idea. So here he is suiting up, hovering, then firing a shot before finally letting go of his armor.
If you guys like this Iron man i'll do more variations of him XD
In spite of all the EVERYTHING I have to do by the 18th, I got distracted at work (Flash cleanup is mindnumbing, man!) and this happened. I stayed a couple extra hours to make sure my work for the day was done. 8|
But, it was really, REALLY fun. Like an artistic breath of fresh air. And I hope y'all enjoy it at least a little bit.
Master Tigress kicking it in the dojo.
(It's a little big, dimensions-wise... if your screen can't handle it, just hit "download" and it'll fit your browser. )
EDIT: I showed this to my teacher Tuesday and she echoed the feeling I was having about that bow at the end being too quick. So yesterday at work I finished the last stuff I needed to do for the year... and to celebrate I inbetweened the ending a little more. Threw in an inbetween or two in the middle to smooth things out too.
Has added a color-redesigned GIF version as a featured content ^_____^
Music: Alex S.- MLP:FiM, Intro, Glitch Remix.
Hello everybody! Finally I can publish this feature project of 150 000 views my page got thanx to you, my watchers, viewers, friends and people who don't know where they are!
First of all great thanx to for creating Mario-looking 3d props for that project- fave and watch her now!
And now great feature of users who have helped the project itself: Main congrats goes to as you can see he's the one who've called an air support right inside the animation ^_____^ Other people who inspired me with their donations and helped me to keep working:
Thank you all! (if I've forgot somebody- let me know ^_____^)
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A while back I had an oddly elaborate dream about two mythical creatures working together to bring life to forests. I didn't have a name for these creatures, but now I do. This one is called the Irm. He is as tall as 10 fully grow oak trees. His much tinier companion, the ehk is only as big as a child.
So after sitting on my copy of Professor Layton and the Curious Village for nearly 3 months, I finally managed the brain power to finish the game.
(Damn you red ball stuck in a box filled with blocks! Damn you to hell.)
I liked the fact that I had to obliterate the mindset that I was playing an adventure-puzzle game--and instead a collection of puzzles with an optional narrative behind it. At first I was actually trying to avoid the puzzle triggering sequences, thinking that they were just distractions. About a quarter of a ways through though, I finally understood that the puzzles ARE the game and everything else is just charming fluff.
Anyway, like most things that move me for the time, I decided to make an animation about Prof. Layton and Co. (i wanted to make one off of a DS game for a while...). The entire process from idea, recording, and animating took about 12 hours.