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Bipedal run guide (On Youtube) by DarkmaneTheWerewolf Bipedal run guide (On Youtube) by DarkmaneTheWerewolf
Located here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gDwCp…

I kinda failed at the resolution ><

My animation guides, previously only on my journal, are now available as proper deviations for submission into groups... And for anyone who doesnt follow my Journels=p

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SlippyMagnus Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
After viewing all of the videos you've submitted (Thru DeviantART) I realised that I've a LOT to learn, firstly, but a question sprung up that I had no answer to, as it is hardly related to the PROCESS, just a different but equally important question:

What are you using to animate it? I want to practice these and other Ideas!
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Professional General Artist
Eeyup, animation is not as simple as just making something move, its making them move in a realistic and believable way =p

Heh, well the reason is i don't like people to think that you must have those to make good animations. In truth, you can make a good animation as long as you've got the initiative to work with what you have or can easily get. You could draw on paper and shoot the frames with a camera taped to a lamp (As one of my classmates did) Or scan them in one by one (As another classmate did) or just draw straight onto the computer on GIMP(Free to download and use), or Photoshop or even Paint.

You don't need anything fancy, what matters is you and your drawings, as long as you're good at that, you can work with pretty much any program related to drawing and animation =p

However, you can actually find a list of all the programs i use if you look hard enough ;)
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SlippyMagnus Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm Onnit!

I think maybe Cel-Cel animation'd be best for me...
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AmeixKon Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Student Filmographer
Wow! Thanks a bunch!! ^-^
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