Hey! How's it going? ;)
Well, I got my new computer set up and I have received and successfully installed my flash animation softwate on the computer. Which means that I'm in business, BABY! XD
Anyways, I'm currently working on a flash animation. It's going to be based off of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The script has already been completed and I have several voice actors from the VAC as well as myself doing voices for the characters. Right now, I've only hit one major snag:
I'm having trouble finding some backgrounds that I need from Super Mario RPG. If you can help me out with this problem, I would greatly appreciate it. And as a token of my appreciation, I will add your name to the credits as a sign of thanks for helping me out.
I will keep you informed of any progress that I've made on the production of the flash.
I succeeded in submitting my first flash to Newgrounds today. If you haven't seen it, it's called DS Trouble. I like to thank all for their honest opinions and comments and for those who helped keep it alive.
I've gotten a lot of feedback on it and most of them included the following:
"The artwork needs to be smoothed out" or "The characters have a lot of wobbly lines."
and the most common that I've gotten: "The text was too fast for me to read."
I will gladly take note of these comments and be sure to use them in the production of DS Trouble Part 2. The artwork will be smoothed out, the animation will look more professional, and the text will be slowed down enough for everyone to read.
Of course hand-drawn animation is not my only specialty. I'll also put in a few video game-related flashes that uses game sprites and such for my animations. But, like DS Trouble part 2, it's gonna take some time and I haven't put much thought into that project other than DS Trouble numbah 2 yet. However, I HAVE gotten some ideas. But, that's another story for another time.
Again. Thank you all for taking the time to see my flash and giving me your honest opinions about it.
In closing, my new home desktop computer hasn't been set up yet, but I will get right on it as soon as I have the time. No word on flash programs and software yet either, but I will keep you informed on that progress. Thank you all and talk at y'all later.
Hi there! My name is ranma-kun7. Just call me Ranma. I've completed my first flash animation in my college class and I haven't submitted it to Newgrounds yet, but I plan to once I've gotten everything straightened out.
I'm currently unable to make flash animations at home because I don't have the programs necessary to do so. However, I've just gotten a new desktop computer and those programs won't be too far off. So, expect some flash animations from me soon.
My style of animation is using Japanese animated characters in my flashes preferrably ones that I've drawn myself. My characters include a Japanese anime version of myself and a character that I've created. I'm also good with using video game sprite characters in my animations. My first animation was creating a fighting game using video game sprites of Ranma (from Ranma 1/2) and Ryu (from Street Fighter) that fought similar to the style of Naruto: Clash of Ninja video games. I wish I could show it to you, but sadly, I lost it to a computer virus. It was good, but it didn't have any sound or music in it. Maybe I'll return to remaking it or use that concept to make a series? Only time will tell...
Keep in mind that my flashes won't be good at first (We all have to start somewhere, right?), but in time, my artistic style will grow. As I make flash animations, I might require the services of voice actors. If you wish to help me out with my projects, I will need to ask for you to send me a sample of your voice-acting talents. I do a few voices myself, but I'll need some help with the others.
Look forward to seeing my first flash animation and don't be afraid to be honest with your comments. I'm always looking for ways to improve. I also have a YouTube account, so don't think that you can get away with taking any of my flashes without giving me any credit.
In closing, feel free to talk to me about anything. Video games, anime, whatever. I look forward to sharing my work and working with others in my upcoming flashes very soon.
P.S.: Keep in mind that I am currently in college, so production and submissions of my flashes will be delayed.