A flip book animation I did the second week of my Animation I: Traditional Media class. I was really inspired by the Youtuber High5Toons and by the [Adult Swim] cartoon called Superjail! I was playing around with the timing again (shooting in 1s, 2s, and 3s) so it looks really wonky, but hey, it was really fun to make! I kind of just made the title up on the spot to be honest (I mean right as I'm uploading this). I couldn't really find a title I liked, and this one is kind of lame, but oh well P:
All comments and critiques are welcome!
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WOW!!!! How did you do that!!!!
I used computer notepads (like the ones you can get at staples with blank sheets of paper) and drew from bottom up (so that you can flip it) and drew out each frame! It really helped because the pad paper was semi see through so you could see your previous frame Then I shot it with a down shooter, which is a camera angled perpendicular to the ground so you can get a nice clean shot, and used a software called Dragonframe to compile all the images and turn it into video format