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Just a little tiger walk animation.. test... thingy.. I started to work on this a long time ago and finally got myself to finish it. Well, is not really finished, many things could be done and fixed, but I don't think I will work on any longer.. so this will have to do.
And I believe everyone who has ever tried to animate a tiger knows that the stripes are pain in the arse.. x__x

Made with Toon Boom Animate.
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dimifrost Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student Digital Artist
is there a big differenc between toon boom animate and toon boom studio?
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Tigerty Featured By Owner 2 days ago
I've never used Toon boom studio, but as far as I know, it's more for rig based 2D animation and cut out style, with more simple tools. Toon boom animate is more for frame by frame drawn animation and has better tools for that.
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dimifrost Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Digital Artist
aw thats a shame, ive been using paint tool sai and windows movie maker to animate and it's been a complete pain in the ass. the process was basically using layers as frames, and then saving each frame seperately as an image. THEN i would import everything to windows movie maker just to see the playback. 

im seriously just hoping that toon boom studio/animate will give me a big advantage compared to what i was doing before
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Tigerty Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Oh, I've been there, done that! ;) In fact my way (back in 2006) was even more complex.. but anyway. I guess for every animator is where to begin, some drawing tool and windows movie maker.. :lol:

Toon boom is indeed a great advantage compared to that technique.. 
There're also some free animation tools which might be good for practicing, although some are a bit confusing at first. 
There's old version of PAP animationpaper.com/old-pap-fre… (might be good idea to check the tutorials before doing anything..)
Also there's Flipbook www.digicelinc.com/download/do… of which you can get the free full trial version which has permanent watermark, but works fine to practice and for rough animation. Also takes a while to learn, but maybe after some time could work nicely. But still would need some other tool to do the clean-up if you want it without watermarks..
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dimifrost Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student Digital Artist
i want to do clips from 2-5 minutes long that actually look smooth and i want to include sound/voices, i tried pap and i wasnt really that into it :/hmmm toon boom still has that 60% discount too for like 1 more day, i think i might go with toon boom studio or animate for now.
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Tigerty Featured By Owner 10 hours ago
Yeah! Take advantage of the discount! 
If you wanna do mainly hand drawn 2D go for the Toon Boom animate, if you wanna go for rig based or more flash style animation go for the studio. And well, also depends on your budget.. Anyways, good luck! :)
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dimifrost Featured By Owner 6 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
thanks you've been like a mega help compared to anyone else ive asked, thanks a ton!
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demonicwolfsoul Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  Student General Artist
BEAUTIFULLLLL!!!!!
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Tigerty Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014
Thank you! :)
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demonicwolfsoul Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Student General Artist
Your welcome
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