It's been a while since I've actually posted a blog to quickly trying to move. So animation wise... previously, I've done alot of research into animation and my work and what I would like to do and put out here. I don't have animation as a career, I've done it entirely in my spare time. One of the things I was extremely upset about was Squigglevision. Because I've been a fan of MS Paint and I wanted to show off what I can do, I wanted to really attract some form of attention, so I was planning to make animations still of animated lines like that show... Dr Katz. So I wonder why no one has done that much around here. Yes, I'm aware it's old but it's always going to be there making history even when that was almost 20 years ago.
I'm talking about this:
I suppose I've not in boring terrority anymore. Squigglevision is patented. I have to get rights to make and publish animations like that. The guys that own the rights, they can turn me down, tell me that I'm crap and whatever, since why they've made their shows and to tell the whole world to lay off them!
The same production company has made other cartoons using the same method. Cartoons like Home Movies. They made the animations on MS Paint but then developed technology to move away from that old raster-feel. Makes me wonder where to head with my animation skills and where to place them in the future and how that's going to appear and what I'm going to use the medium off.
I mean there's still room to show off what I could do with something like raster-looked MS Paint or Paint.net, it's just having to look around for other things to do with it in the future, but that's going to take a very very long time to make what I want to show off, since why I've been so quiet or not posting as much. I am currently working on another movie and quality is something that I am going for.