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Great story with this one. Yesterday I was like.. I've worked on a few complex animations, let's do something easy and simple to relax. So I made this thing. Took like an hour to make, no problem. Rendered the animation, left my place to live life and when I came back, there was an error during rendering and it didn't finish. So I tried re-rendering it for like.. SIX HOURS STRAIGHT afterwards until one time it actually seemed like it was going to work. It normally crapped out at 20 frames of 141 but this one kept going. And at 135 frames.. my program crashed. I was so mad. All for this super easy animation. TL;DR Easy animation that should've taken an hour to make ended up taking a full day instead. How did I end up doing it? I rendered each frame individually and stitched them into GIF form >_>
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Loca70 General Artist
with you, my dear Flagg, the fantasies becomes more real than the reality ! Magistral, like ever ! A lot of tenderness pass through this animation, a lot of emotion, I'm really stunned.
PRO TIP: render it out in individual frames, not as a video. You can then piece together them in Adobe priemiere (or whatever program you use). It's a much better system and that way, you can always just pick up where you left of, if the system crashes.