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Sadistic tale season 1 episode 6 - my woods
Wilbro912, no, your animations aren't short and stupid, they are the way that you are learning your craft.
With each animation you complete you are practising your timing and spacing skills, your key poses, and your ability to tell a story through motion. It's easy to get discouraged when we compare our animations to people that have much more experience than ourselves, but you have to remember that their first animations were no better than yours or mine.
The only question you have to ask yourself is "Does this animation look better than my last one?" If the answer is "yes" then you are making progress even though it might not seem like it. If the answer is "no", then ask yourself what it is that you think you can improve. Sometimes our improvement is so slow that we don't notice that we are getting better, but compare the clip you made today with one you made last week, or last month, or last year and the you'll see how much better you are now than you were back then.
Wilbro912, don't get discouraged. Even animation you complete brings you one step closer to the great animator you want to be. One small improvement at a time, that's all it takes.
Looking forward to seeing your next clip!
Fredrick the Film Wabbit
I agree, humour is a very difficult subject to portray in animation (or any type of film-making) and that's why a lot animators are more drawn to dark subjects, horror, gore, violence, gross-out, etc. I love Aardman Studios because they are the absolute masters in the humour genre. From Morph to Shaun the Sheep, they really know how to make me laugh. That's also why my favourite Laika Studio production is "Missing Link".
It's a lot easier to make people cry than it is to make them laugh, and that's why, for me, humour is the Higher Art.
Keep trying to make people laugh!
i want to thank all of you for helping my video and my views, my other last vid got 34 views, like 20 more than usual, and i think this site helped it
No, there is no behind the scene video. I guess, all work take about two months.