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Desc:Progress, on Wolf: The Animated Feature
Category:Crime, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:wolf, blind leading the blind, tweening, tutorial
Submitted:fluffy
Date:01/30/09
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Comment count is 16
Lindner - 2009-01-30
Where were the ghost dongs?
GoodAaron - 2009-01-30
They were stolen by Eagles, for they are sneaky birds.

BartFargo - 2009-01-30
Hey lady, you'd go faster if you just used tracing paper.
fatatty - 2009-01-30
Actually it would go faster if she was using a light table. If you shine a light through the bottom of your pages you can see the next frame without having to flip constantly. That's why animators use them. Usually you only flip to see how the movement is looking.

Also "off-model" doesn't mean inconsistency in grimaces, it means not consistent with the model sheet. Which she probably doesn't have. Because she seems to just be doing this without any training or having read any books on the subject.

So that will make her final product more impressive if she finishes it. Unfortunately more impressive than mediocre isn't that great. But hey at least she's not sitting around masturbating on her plushies.

Her drawing's are nice though. If unoriginal.

fatatty - 2009-01-30
Oh, looks like she does have a light table. Not sure why it's not on in this then.

Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-01-31
I thought it was quite nice art, too. I am sure an awful color job will render it flat and lifeless.

bopeton - 2009-01-30
The Categories are seriously getting out of control lately.
Camonk - 2009-01-30
I know. This is a clear abuse of the "Cartoons & Animations" category.

I think I ruined your joke.

I don't give a shit.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-01-30
I think we need a few more. "Accidents and Explosions" is feeling quite left out.

Sudan no1 - 2009-01-30
TEACH ME, OH TALENTED ANIMATER OF WOLFIES
baleen - 2009-01-30

she's done a shitload of work on this thing. I think part of why it was funny on poe five years ago was that everybody thought she was insane for making crappy furry movies and they wouldn't go anywhere, but they are actually making some form of progress. Another 15 years and maybe they'll have something nice, at least the kind of thing a wolf furry animation fag would like. I no longer doubt they will keep with it.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-01-30
She may keep at it, but it'll be like finding out some guy has been building a scale model of the Hindenburg from Red Lobster plastic toothpicks since 1974. Sure, it's an amazing accomplishment, but was the end result really worth it?

rustedmutt - 2009-01-31
I admire the fact that they've stuck with it so long...despite it being such a horrible furry-fan premise and whatnot. These folks obviously have the drive to make something happen eventually, but this clip shows that they've got little-to-no knowledge of actual critter anatomy and movement.

It's a labor of vastly misguided, unrequited love. I doubt it will ever look like anything more than a lousy Balto fanime.

eatenmyeyes - 2009-01-30
If you pause and scroll back and forth, the wolf appears irritated at her proddings.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-01-30
I think most animals are annoyed when they get that kind of attention from the Furry community.

Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2009-02-10
Wax on, Wax off. Wax on, Wax off.

That's all I could think watching this.
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