Re: I tried animating an "opening" for my fiction...

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You don't need to be sorry, considering the approximated time you used, it's well done.

I just think, that it's too fast-paced and there are no moments to rest, so even after watching it, I don't know anything about the characters, the story, or anything else. With the lacks of in-betweens, the key frames and pauses become even more important, as these are the moments that the viewer can rest and think about what was just seen.

But seriously, animation is a lot of work. Great work!

Re: I tried animating an "opening" for my fiction...

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kentusrpg Wrote: You don't need to be sorry, considering the approximated time you used, it's well done.

I just think, that it's too fast-paced and there are no moments to rest, so even after watching it, I don't know anything about the characters, the story, or anything else. With the lacks of in-betweens, the key frames and pauses become even more important, as these are the moments that the viewer can rest and think about what was just seen.

But seriously, animation is a lot of work. Great work!
Thanks!

Hopefully I'll get better when I make the second one, whenever the time comes :D