Tom Flapwell wrote:(sees TuxRug's rapid 9 steps)
(sees Sage's 19 steps)
(swings like a pendulum)
Despite that fact, he actually did more work than me.
He just put multiple steps into single frames of animation.
In reality if he had made the animation like I did he would have used more frames because of the background in frame 2, despite me using the slower method which I plan on changing perhaps. I still like coloring with the green background though, so...
I originally started digitally coloring Sabrina-Online, but I used a terrible technique (working in just one layer using bucket fill, but I did shading too). Those who wanna see:
^It's a thumbnail, clikie!!!!!^
I do say that O&M is easier and more fun to color, because I tried this same technique in Sabrina and I failed .
PS Sage: I didn't animate the process really, I just took the layers and saved them as an animation.
Great coloring job, btw!
Have some blueberry buckle and a glass of milk!
Astro> gforce's smiles can cure cancer in kittensgforce422 is awesome because:
-He made the absolute nicest comments about me in the other topic. I didn't respond to them yet, because I suck, but they are greatly appreciated! =D
-I would say he would also be a good runner up as one of the nicest people alive.
-He joined the IRC sometimes. But not enough, I say! Chat moar =D
-He is evidently only 18 year old but he could easily pass for 25. =D
-He is a drummer like *I* am and this in itself is cool.
Astro> the happiness radiating from your person is enough to solve tensor calculus
<mib_4do271>everything you touch explodes in pillows of happiness
O&M coloring screencast (Hosted by MegaUpload [12MB])
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