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Thank you! I can barely figure it out myself. XD
One piece of advice I can give is when doing a rough version, and sometimes with the final product; don't care if individual frames look like butt. What matters first is how it looks in motion. Making it pretty is a later thing.
This guy's short JJBA animation gives a good idea of the process. You'll notice sometimes in the roughs, Jotaro and Star Platinum are nothing but squiggles.
Sometimes people just starting out will think that you're supposed to get it "right" the first time and will try to make very detailed frames without making roughs or planning it out first. This can make the animation very stiff and more frustrating to work on. Making roughs and not caring about how it looks makes work and the animation itself much smoother.
I didn't except myself to actually give advice. XD
Ayyye it's here!
It's so wonderful and beautiful omg such wonderful work. <3 <3 <3
I just took a brief glimpse at some of your work and I'm loving original Shiki and Mr Mew... pretty goddang adorable. and OMG freaking Arceus looks amazing! I've seen some crazy gijinkas in my time but I love how some are based off of armor... like one of my favorites was a Mega charizard X gijinka that had armor inspired by the dragoon armor from the Legend of dragoon, but one gijinka I'l like to see is a female zard X gijinka with the color scheme of my shiny mega charizard X on my competitive team. if you could draw a female mega charizard X with a color scheme that matches the shiny variant in the mechsuit style you did for arceus that'd be straight up amazing
Ya know something? I love doing gijinkas yet I just...stopped at some point. I don't really know why.
That sounds easy enough for me. So sure, but I want to get some of my own stuff finished first though before I work on that, so it could be a while.