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  1. After watching a horribly boring Flash movie made by a supposedly 'famous' flash artist on Newgrounds, I begin thinking to myself "Have I made improvements on my own Flash stuff? I mean, I know drawing people isn't my strongest points, but I do believe I have made improvements on my own stuff. You guys think so, right? I ask you guys because you were one of my first audience members viewing my movies, so I want some opinions.

    Here's one of my first movies

    Here's one of my movies featuring Lizardcommando

    Here's an unfinished crappy movie featuring two completely different video game characters.

    Just a short animation I made a few days ago.

    Can you honestly say that I've improved? I try hard to do things no else has thought up or make some crazy movie that I think would be unique. I try hard to animate the characters as best as I can. I acknowledge my mistakes. Honestly, I was overly ambitious with the third movie I linked, but I only had two weeks left of the semester to work on it. Looking back at it, it was kinda stupid and it won't really make sense until I make a prologue of that.

    I dunno... I think I'm just feeling kind of depressed or paranoid about my own abilities right now... I can't really think of the right words or sentences right now...

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    2. GGG

      GGG

      Lizardcommando said:

      I have a bad habit of wanting to see the finished product really fast and that's when I get sloppy.


      When you want to see everything laid out, it's best to do a rough edit of the final version. Leave out the colors, special effects, and even some of the animation. Think of it as a storyboard-- a rough draft that you get to go back to and revise until it is what you want.

    3. Ralphis

      Ralphis

      the second one is epic. I remember seeing another version of that I think with less in it?

    4. Lizardcommando

      Lizardcommando

      Ralphis said:

      the second one is epic. I remember seeing another version of that I think with less in it?


      I think you mean this one. It's a parody to Lilium.

      When you want to see everything laid out, it's best to do a rough edit of the final version. Leave out the colors, special effects, and even some of the animation. Think of it as a storyboard-- a rough draft that you get to go back to and revise until it is what you want.


      The funny thing is that for Berzerker, I actually had a rough story board drawn out.

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