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The Dancing Dino - link to animation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SrNN4pAHiY
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Funny dancing lol, scary credits!
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thank you :)
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cosmic Boy - fun in space !
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BDuTz9lcdY
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Bit of fun - link to animation

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amvwx6QKbkY
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Freak 4 dance - link to animation

yep
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhAJDLZSqjo
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With so many posts its a bit difficult to make anything but a general comment. :)
From the ones that I have had a look at I think you have shown a sense of humor and some strong skills in animation.

May i suggest that some of the content may not be to every ones' taste.

Would it be a good idea to make a slightly longer animation using some classical story to show off your humor and animation skills taking a bit of care to make sure the content is universally suitable for all.

Then you would have a demo that you can show off your skills to anyone 8)
(maybe even get a few commissions?)

Thanks for the laugths
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sculptor wrote:With so many posts its a bit difficult to make anything but a general comment. :)
From the ones that I have had a look at I think you have shown a sense of humor and some strong skills in animation.

May i suggest that some of the content may not be to every ones' taste.

Would it be a good idea to make a slightly longer animation using some classical story to show off your humor and animation skills taking a bit of care to make sure the content is universally suitable for all.

Then you would have a demo that you can show off your skills to anyone 8)
(maybe even get a few commissions?)

Thanks for the laugths
Thank you for your comments and loking at some - I try to do some thing for every one - I have done longer ones - but most people don't care or don't leave comments .
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I think people generally do care but find it difficult making useful constructive comments on something they are not doing themselves.
I think for creativity it would be good to find a community with specialist animation skills where there is a bit of competition and drive to create better and better animations and advice may be more relevant.
I think people here would be really interested when you have used curvy in your work pipeline and that may give them ideas for their own work.
Its important never to become discouraged by peoples comments or lack of them. The great artists,animators film makers etc would never have got anywhere if they had got discouraged.
So keep at it and remember that your artwork is yours and does not rely on other peoples comments for value.
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I agree with sculptor. I view your animations but since I don't deal with animation... yet, I can't quite critique on it.
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8)
just as i thought it was safe to go back in the water............ :lol:
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testing Bryce animation - comments welcome

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGsaCFl_GDY
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