Starsky and Hutch: Luck o' the IrishHutch rubbed his eyes. St. Patrick’s Day was usually a crazy day anyway—with all the people who mistakenly thought they could drink four beers, then get in their cars and drive home—but today had just been a load of nonsense. A 211 where the perp was dressed as a leprechaun and told them he couldn’t be caught. He was wrong. A prowler call made by a wife who wouldn’t let her drunk, kilted husband back into the house because he wouldn’t stop badly singing Wild Rover and forgetting all the words. At least four dozen indecent exposure calls for guys who thought that all the ladies (and whoever else happened to be looking) should see what was under his kilt. And the rest? Public inebriation calls.More Like This
He and Starsky had been run all over their beat with no time for breakfast, lunch or even a snack, and while Hutch wouldn’t usually worry too much about not eating all day, tonight, he was feeling it. He sighed. He hadn’t become a detective so he cou
The Mechanic and the Lawyer's SonKenneth Hutchinson (Ken or Kenny to his friends and family), sighed as he walked out of the Hutchinson and Sanders Law Firm. Another boring Monday at the office, sitting under his father's frowning figure in a painting was not his idea of a good career, but it paid the bills and made his parents happy. He slumped into his car; the soft upholstered seats a welcome change to the hard, swivelling slab of wood his father's designers called an office chair.More Like This
His car was what most people would call a piece of junk, but to him, it had a class all its own. Sure, the backseat door on the driver's side didn't open. Sure, the back passenger's side window didn't roll down. Sure, there was a mismatched patch of paint on the front passenger's side. Sure, the horn blared every time he opened the driver's door. But he loved this car. Why? Well, if you were to ask him in the presence of his father, he'd say, "it is the flaws in things that make them beautiful". Which was mostly true. But if you were to
How to make a video like this?After I've posted the video on YOUTUBE, I've got so many questions like "how did you make the video?" "what program did you use?" or "how long did it take to complete?"More Like This
I think I have answered so many times but my comment always gets away within other comments. And after they got connected with Google+ things got even more weird.
Anyways, long story short: to make a video like this, first you need an original video. This video is based on the song titled "ABRACADABRA" by Korean girl band, Brown Eyed Girls.
Next, you need to capture images from the videos. I used Gom Player to do the 'speedy-captures'...if you've ever made a gif from a video, then you should know how to.
Maybe 6-12 images/sec would be enough for more natural animation.
Then what you should do is to draw. Open images on the software whatever you're easy to work with; I've used Paint Tool Sai.
Open the image, adjust transparency, then create a new layer. Trace as characters you wish to draw. Save the image a
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once again, not active in deviantart...If you wanna say hi you can go to my Twitter, Soup, Tumblr or Ask.fmMore Like This
Especially Ask.fm if you wanna ask questions or remind me of your comments that I havent replied yet. Just say your dA name as you ask.
Also, I'm on Tapastic if you wanna read my webcomics [Jealous Cats Copycats | Web Cubecakes | Sin Cakes]
Speaking of Ask.fm, someone's been asking me about Reaerpunk Inc stuff from 8 years ago like they're trying to purposely use my past to haunt me. I'm a little suspicious, though it might be just one anon, it also might be different anons.
I compiled all the questions right