Another dinosaur speed-draw in Khan Academy made using Timothy Smith's Art Maker Pro.
Aha! I've learnt a new way of shading line-art that doesn't involve the smudge tool! Using this technique, I have created this picture of Brightheart from the Warrior Cats novel series! Brightheart was wounded, but luckily, survived the wounds that gave her the nickname "Lostface". It sounds as a mockery, but is actually not to shame Brightheart, because that is how the naming system in the novels is. :c
Ah, and this wasn't really a spoiler for the books, was it? Uh oh, it might have been... :v
And if you excuse me, I'm going to continue reading spoilers of the books even though I'm only on the first novel. I probably know a good chunk of what happens next, but... I'm ok with spoilers I think. Oh, and spoiler: TigerStar is a potato!
Peace m8's, cya later! :D
Ooh, I'm really excited to share this one! This... uh... thing... took a long time for me to animate! The thing that I love about how I made this is the SMEAR FRAMES, it makes the animation look snappy and done in higher frames per second, and if you've ever paused the movie 'Aladdin' by Disney Animations at the right time, then you can understand what a smear frame is. XD
The smear frames really help in this because with the application that I am using, AbcyaAnimate, I have to work at lower frames per second, or fps. So, uh, yay! Smear frames really are great. Bye!
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Another speed drawing using Timothy Smith's Art Maker Pro program on Khan Academy!
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Mama mia, that's a lot of time.