You guys really got a kick out of that Sky Dancer cameo in my Saturday Morning gif.
Haha, I might have to give Sky Dancers their own gif soon! 90s love!
I’m failing at drawing cool stuff. But this cat appeared as a doodle so it got giffed.
It’s not impressed.
Saturday mornings are the best mornings!
(Me, circa early 90s.) And you’ll still find me watching cartoons every Saturday morning.
(Playing with animation in an environment design.) “Red Pine Forest” inspired by Samurai Jack.
p.s. I love you.
Let’s go sledding!
2012’s Best of Ordinary Batman Adventures!
(Top 6 are based on note count.) View all the Ordinary Batman Adventures here!
Q:I'm also a artist. i have a question, what kind of software do you use for gif''s and animation? I have software for this but it's not so good enough as yours. Thank you! :) Greetings x
I use two programs for making my gifs. The more artsy/detailed looking gifs I make in Photoshop CS5. The more simple ones (Ordinary Batman included) are all animated in Flash CS5. Flash has a “publish setting” option to export directly into a gif. If you or anyone needs a more detailed process explanation, let me know!
Don’t tell Santa.
This was going to be cool and nice… instead it just turned into this. I’ve been busy and had to take a mental break with animation.
So while making my last OBA last night, I kept thinking of Charlie Brown Christmas snowflakes. So I starting making this and halfway through I realized it has probably been implanted in my brain from (JL8 creator) Yale Stewart’s sketch of a Batman/Charlie Brown. So you can blame/praise him for this gif.