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Offline wanderer123

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Shooting gun art by a beginner

on: October 25, 2017, 10:23:23 pm


I'm a beginner but I've practiced by copying pixel art. This is what I've made with a source. Is it good for a beginner? I've tried adding depth/shading to the gun with extra colors and included the shooting out explosion without a reference and have the gun move by tilting and maybe moving the original image.

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Re: Shooting gun art by a beginner

Reply #1 on: October 26, 2017, 01:29:01 pm
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If you try to imitate the action of a gun you see that it gives a lot of feedback when you shoot, and it's also very quick and flashy. I put all this in the animation, you see that right after the gun shoots it immediately flies back. You can see I added a really quick impact frame right when the gun shoots as well. This is just knowledge you get from studying and learning a lot about animation. You're definitely on the right track!
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Re: Shooting gun art by a beginner

Reply #2 on: October 28, 2017, 12:50:36 am
As always, look at Metal Slug:


A lot of the best parts of any good firing animation comes from how the characters react to the recoil,  if you're going to attach this to a character later keep that in mind!
PSA: use imgur
http://pixelation.org/index.php?topic=19838.0 also go suggest on my quest, cmon
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