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"Innocent People can also know Hell Free Palesine"
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**Halved the Resolution and Re-uploaded. Not sure what I was thinking with that first resolution... Side-note: This new DA tag system seems buggy. It either adds a ton of redundant tags, or doesn't post all of them.
After several months of work, I've FINALLY finished this project! Hopefully this helps even more artists than the 1st edition. Time for me to get back to drawing ponies!
"I was thrilled to learn that the 1st Edition drawing guide was able to help so many artists. That was my goal - the sole purpose for that guide. After plenty of studies, I improved my skill immensely. I wanted to share my new knowledge with other artists, so I made a little post about this 2nd Edition guide being in the works. I received a good number of requests for specific additional content, such as character posing and gryphons. This is for you everypony, and everyone! I sincerely hope this helps you out! /)" -Welcome Message
You might see a progress bar flash quickly if you have a fast internet connection. Don't worry about that, it's just a pre-loader I made for this guide. This edition is 2.5x larger than the previous one. Like the 1st edition, I've made this edition available for download. Feel free to take it with you for offline viewing if you'd like.
Yay clean animation! Just practicing some principles/ smoothing out my work process. Also Reva is a joy to animate, and would be a joy to clean up, if she didn't have so many markings and colors and things X_x
Made in Toon Boom Harmony 11 drawings, on twos; 22 frames 24fps
So remember that Storyboard App I made a while ago back for my thesis/animated comic/baby/etc? (Links down below) Well, here's another follow up preview.
(For those not in the know, I made a storyboard app so I wouldn't have to open the flash file every time someone wanted to see what I was up to. Obviously, not all the pages were included, so as not to spoil the plot entirely)
Animatics are what you use to figure out timing for animation so that your animators don't have to figure it out as they go. They also help with figuring out how long your film actually is, as well as serve as something your composer can generally time your music too. I figure that while I was doing that, I wanted to program the starts and stops (that make this project truly interactive, rather than just a vertical movie) so I wouldn't have to do it later.
Just like the storyboard app, you only get 4 pages; I still want you to read the darn thing when its done.