Your Stats and your... Artist's Description?Your Stats and your... Artist's Description?2 years ago in Other More Like This
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Do the words "4 comments" frequently haunt your deviations? Is it difficult to find an audience for your artwork or writing? Do you yearn for detailed critique on your artistic technique and receive comments such as "nice" and "cute girl?"
Low stats result from a number of things. Maybe you don't comment much on other people's works. (You get what you give.) Perhaps you haven't joined any groups, or you haven't submitted to them yet. Maybe you are doing these things, but you're just new to the site.
I can't give you automatic popularity. I may, however, be able to provide the information to give you a little boost.
Your attitude can actually affect what people think about your work. Think about it: a message delivered with a smile will be receive
Posing Pony Puppets for Still Images - A TutorialUpdate 6/25/2013: Yay, images are back up! Woohoo!Posing Pony Puppets for Still Images - A Tutorial2 years ago in Flash More Like This
Hello guys! If you’ve been to the MLP Forums, more specifically the Ask a Pony forum, you’ve probably gone to my Ask Rainbow Dash thread. It uses pictures of Rainbow Dash, made using things called pony puppets. This tutorial will teach you how to pose these puppets for your own pictures.
First, what are pony puppets?
Pony puppets are objects in Adobe Flash that are used as characters in My Little Pony-related animations. They’re made of many movable parts that are put together in a process called “rigging”. This will likely be familiar to people who work with 3D animation. We are not going over rigging, however. That’s for the riggers to do. We’re going to be posing a premade Rainbow Dash puppet.
1. Setting up
You are going to need a couple of things to get started.
Adobe Flash (The free 30-day trial will do). Download it at