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AncientSakuraHobbyist Digital Artist

Which brushes do you use for your artwork?

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LinHagenHobbyist Digital Artist
У вас великолепные работы UuU Такие мягонькие и легкие. Кип ит ап! 
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EthamariHobbyist Digital Artist
Спасибо вам огромное, приятно очень ;v;
Сейчас буду оживать
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SerenityDrawnStudent Digital Artist
Is it okay if I ask how you make your pixel animations? Your new pagedoll? Infected with UwU 
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EthamariHobbyist Digital Artist
Sure! I use photoshop timeline, but there are other free programs where you can achieve the same thing (sorry, can't name any of the top of my head, but quick google search will do). On these ones, Zess drew each moving part separately (head, body, tail, details), but from then on it's just a matter of figuring out how to time it all nicely, so it doesn't just move straight up and down. For example, I used the body as the main source of motion, you can see that when the body goes up or down, there is a bit of drag for the head and tail, so it looks like they are following the main source of motion and it creates dynamic animation. Also it's good to know the basics of animation and how to make things more bouncy instead of streamline. You can watch this video for better explanation
And I do it all manually, moving pixel by pixel until it looks good. Few other tips is that bigger parts need less moving around then smaller do, heads on this ones move 2-3 pixels apart per frame, where's the tails move only 1-2 pixels, otherwise they start flying all over the place. And don't be afraid to create as many layers as you need, my psd file looks like a mess with duplicates for heads, tails and bodies, and the loop of this animation took only 12 frames
If you have any more specific questions feel free to ask! :з
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SerenityDrawnStudent Digital Artist
No other questions, thank you.^^
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WehtakeHobbyist Digital Artist
ahhh i'd love to be noticed when you're open for trades again ;w;