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Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: August 18th, 2010, 2:08 am
by macdoum
Liis wrote: fascinated. What a family!
What do the Irish say to that? (quote)

I don't really know what the Irish say 8-) but This Irishwoman just saw this;
http://www.medievalscotland.org/problem ... raig.shtml
:rolleyes:

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 28th, 2016, 5:11 pm
by FlackoWeasel
I made some expressions

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hmm, not sure how to animate the beak. A real bird way or cartoon way if they speak

EDIT: Anna and Uku
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I hope the colours arent too off. I tried to give Anna a bit beiger/creamer look and dad a white look. Didn't really like the coloured eye edge on the iris so I left it all black. Easier to animate too :D.

Getting the female right was soo hard haha. The eye had to be perfffffffffffect so it would look right :D

Drew Rahu Ref Sheet and turnaround. Atm he is all black because I have no idea atm how should I do the patterns so it's easy to understand them. I also do not want the pattern to be too complicated, because it would be very hard to animate.

High res of Rahu Ref sheet:
https://www.upload.ee/image/5922174/rahu360.png

3 Eaglets seperate (Feel free to edit them like if they have some pattern, you can use these to colour and then I can edit those images with correct pattern)
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High res of 3 eaglets: (Edited this one so Taibu is the biggest)
https://www.upload.ee/image/5922183/taibufixed.png

Did them as JPG so they load faster.


Oh Wow IT DOES WORK! Wooooooooooooooohoooooooooooooo! You can click on that tiny black triangle to go through pages. It is in a sketch way :D.


Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 28th, 2016, 5:35 pm
by Biker
Super made :thumbs: one is looking forward to a continuation with the 3 youngsters ( :unsure: :blush: )

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 28th, 2016, 5:51 pm
by FlackoWeasel
I also gonna check this video for the cam highlights (Done by Tuomokoo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q02Xuo_IzsE

As there is those important stuff, maybe I can use these to make a story better <3.

Biker, who is looking forward to contribution :O?

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 28th, 2016, 5:53 pm
by tara
I would like to own this painting.

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Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 28th, 2016, 7:06 pm
by FlackoWeasel
Did some new sketches into this. I know I am not that good at stories, so I put some basic stuff down :D
It's a Flash file so it's interactive


Edit: drew tiny version of nestling
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Edit2:

Practised some beaks and perspective
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Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 29th, 2016, 12:24 am
by Biker
It has become wonderful. :thumbs:
Thank you! especially the part with all three siblings not yet hatched is very nice

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 29th, 2016, 12:13 pm
by FlackoWeasel
I'm trying to figure out how to show that like 1 week is past. As I know animating a full movie would take soooooooooooooo loooooooooong xD, but if I do small animations and in a comic way + sounds, it would be almost like a movie. Like small animations are like background panning, eagle flaps wings. Eyes blink, one scene changes to another etc. I use simple button clicking and stop stuff in actionscript to do it. My programming is 0 xD, these are 2 only things I know how lol. And maybe SFX like ambient music of birds and maybe using friend music who does some dark ambient so I can make dramatic parts.

Other SFX can be eagle sound effects and nature sounds.

I know I'm not that good at story writing, but I do my best to make it look how the birds would think and stuff. I a bit think on Bambi animation so I get sme basic idea how things work, like how growing up and what they do and then birds discover new things etc :D

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: June 29th, 2016, 2:57 pm
by Liz01
FlackoWeasel wooow :2thumbsup: I love it. it so beautiful! :headroll: :headroll:

Re: Animals in Art & Literature

Posted: May 2nd, 2019, 2:59 pm
by visit
There are some very nice short stories, some with wisdom, some with humour, some..., which I like and collect :) One of these is e.g. this one:
The story of the hummingbird as told by Wangari Maathai to children

We are constantly being bombarded by problems that we face and sometimes we can get completely overwhelmed.
The story of the hummingbird is about this huge forest being consumed by a fire. All the animals in the forest come out and they are transfixed as they watch the forest burning and they feel very overwhelmed, very powerless, except this little hummingbird. It says, ‘I’m going to do something about the fire!’
So it flies to the nearest stream and takes a drop of water. It puts it on the fire, and goes up and down, up and down, up and down, as fast as it can. In the meantime all the other animals, much bigger animals like the elephant with a big trunk that could bring much more water, they are standing there helpless.

And they are saying to the hummingbird, ‘What do you think you can do? You are too little. This fire is too big. Your wings are too little and your beak is so small that you can only bring a small drop of water at a time.’
But as they continue to discourage it, it turns to them without wasting any time and it tells them ‘I am doing the best I can.’

And that to me is what all of us should do. We should always be like a hummingbird. I may be insignificant, but I certainly don't want to be like the animals watching the planet goes down the drain. I will be a hummingbird, I will do the best I can.