My first solid attempt at animation, hHHH– I just, how do I explain it… I wanted to see CORE!Frisk move. That’s the only reason I made this. I used this gif as a base and I gained lots of respect for animators because this thing too me like thirteen hours
I’ve never animated anything before in my life (which I’m sure is glaringly obvious) but I stumbled upon this silly draw your OTP challenge thing and I decided I just had to give it a shot with these two nerds.
Uhh this is really bad but I spent forever on it so I’m posting it anyway whoops
R-really?! Well thank you! I try my best and I still have much to learn. I actually read this ask a long while ago but … finals ~__~ So I decided to give it some love to this one and also attempt to draw my very first animation!
I’m glad you like my art, it’s so nice to see that my work is appreciated <3 It keeps me going
Chsabina, you're trying draw in anime style? but the animation is crap and the colors are pale... or do you like?
I’m assuming you mean the studio’s animation. Yes, the animation isnt the best, I agree, and the colors are pale but unfortunately we can’t change that… There are some very nice moments, however, especially between Gray and Juvia!
I’m not an artist, nor am I aspiring to become one. I don’t know how to draw, and FT is my first attempt at animating stuff. Therefore, I don’t have my own personal style, however Fairy Tail’s animation and Mashima’s drawing style is relatively simple, so I thought it would be easy to mimic…I’m kinda learning by doing - that works for me.
Maybe at later stages I’ll be able to add my personal touches but that’s not my goal… I am making it smoother than the studio though ^_^
If you think you can offer constructive criticism - by all means go ahead, send me a message! I won’t be offended.
So because I am an intern I was invited to participate in Cartoon Network’s first ever Animation Jam for OK KO! It was so fun and I got to meet so many great people, both other students and professionals! I only wish I knew how to animate better. Here’s a shot I did for our 15 second animation that my team made in a day! Everyone was so nice about our attempt and Rebecca Sugar said she thought it was charming, which meant a lot to me.
I spent days poring over Richard Williams’ The Animator’s Survival Kit, and as a result, here is my first attempt at proper, frame by frame, hand-drawn animation. It’s still a far cry from anything resembling Disney/Dreamworks/Studio Ghibli animation, but hey, baby steps! If any animators/animation students out there have any critiques, that’d be great!