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I don't know just wanted to postdump some things I've been sketching. Looking for opinions on things I guess. 
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I like em
Skeleton set and paper boat hat are my fav and the animation of the amoeba head looks cool
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(9th April 2020, 4:05 PM)Camer the Dragon Wrote: I like em
Skeleton set and paper boat hat are my fav and the animation of the amoeba head looks cool
Thanks! I'm rather proud of the animation haha
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Bowler hat should be added for sure.
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Would love to see the Pedro Hat in PR2. One of my favorites from 3.
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(9th April 2020, 7:51 PM)tadtad Wrote: Would love to see the Pedro Hat in PR2.  One of my favorites from 3.
Same
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I like all of these!! Especially the skeleton one Tongue
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i like the paper boat hat gimme
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Real cool thanks for sharing these. favorite is the skeleton. The amoeba is a neat concept too. For the amoeba you should try “blending” the shapes. I'm not familiar with illustrator but in Inkscape Its called interpolate and it generates however many transition frames between 2 different shapes. so you can get the animation pretty smooth. Heres a link just for demonstration. https://inkscape.org/doc/tutorials/inter...olate.html illustrator could have something similar
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(10th April 2020, 1:58 AM)platform guy Wrote: Real cool thanks for sharing these. favorite is the skeleton. The amoeba is a neat concept too. For the amoeba you should try “blending” the shapes. I'm not familiar with illustrator but in Inkscape Its called interpolate and it generates however many transition frames between 2 different shapes. so you can get the animation pretty smooth. Heres a link just for demonstration. https://inkscape.org/doc/tutorials/inter...olate.html illustrator could have something similar
Yeah! there is an option for that in illustrator. I just can't seem to get the movements as I'd like them to do. But I've been trying to get better results
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