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Okay it was really late at night and I couldn't sleep... XD So I rigged and animated the Danny Phantom I drew a few days ago... He's GOING GHOST!

Yay for Animated Fanart!

Edit: Oh yeah I totally know he's not really going ghost... Just intangible... But Going Ghost is fun to say... Don't judge me!!! ;)
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eyesadrift Jul 15, 2011  Professional Artist
Very awesome! if you ever ever need a voice actor, let me know hehe.
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jessijoke Jul 15, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Lol Okay thanks :D
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eyesadrift Jul 15, 2011  Professional Artist
You're welcome, my demo reel is in my sig :)
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jessijoke Jul 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks :) I don't really know that I'll ever have a need for a voice actor though (I either do my own vocals with the Sound Booth at my school, or I get somebody there to do it normally, but I've needed vocals... twice... in my entire existence as an artist). But I'll keep you in mind :D
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eyesadrift Jul 18, 2011  Professional Artist
Right on, check out my demo reel if you'd like, I do record in a sound proof vocal booth and use a samson C01U mic and adobe audition 3.
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Sprybug Jul 15, 2011  Professional Filmographer
The one thing that really sticks out about this is your use of Flash eases. Be sure that you use eases of -100 or 100 depending on what you are doing or else all the movement will be evenly spaced like this is and looking pretty robotic. I would also add some settle when he stops walking too instead of it just stopping. And for the anticipation before he flies away, keep easing into that crouch. Don't stop before he takes off. I would use an out of 100 into that crouch from his standing position so it slows down just before it takes off, otherwise it just makes the anticipation look awkward. Hope this helps.
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jessijoke Jul 15, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I use easing when I'm actually trying to animate really. Like in my work on my school's studio class project Don & Charlie (which tons of students have worked on) But since this was a middle of the night can't sleep, animating Danny for fun thing xD I didn't really put that much work into it, very sloppy. Actually his entire walk cycle is kind of awkward but since it's fanart, I can't really even use it in my portfolio ^^; So I know it's not really the best it could be but thank you for a well thought out critique, I always appreciate that.

(LOL And let's pretend the joints are always >> staying together and not falling apart here and there because as I mentioned... I was being sloppy with this)

Easing in flash... I really wish Flash easing was just a little more lol It's sad you have to crank it up to nearly 100/-100 to be noticeable (which is why I normally prefer to create my easing manually with timing). I always feel it's lacking a little bit. But then I feel like the flash bone tool is a bit lacking also. But don't get me wrong, Flash is my favorite program :D

Now although I don't plan to add more time to this project (because as I said, can't make it a portfolio piece, it was just for fun) I'd love to get a critique on my thesis project when I get the most recent version of it uploaded if you'd be willing to check it out? :)
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MyDearAngel Jul 14, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Amazing O:
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jessijoke Jul 14, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Why thank you :D
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TeenToon Jul 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe Its Cute!!
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