The DethBun 5000 is a bunniform mech whose chief military application is the squishing of defenseless compact cars.
Drawn for my very first Weekly Pixel Art Challenge, only I blew it and made it too big.
>>you could've sped it up a bit.
>Ninja crow thought so too.
I have come out of hiding long enough to defend this blatant defamation of my position on this political issue - I think the animation speed is perfect (never said otherwise - I think my record on this issue is clear) and please don't change it.
(p.s. will I stay on the stomp list for contradicting you, or get off because of the praise?)
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>I hate to disagree with anybody - especially when they have a giant robot bunny that likes to stomp things
Just a sec--I have to set 'stomp ninja crow' to 'true'.
>you could've sped it up a bit.
Ninja crow thought so too. It's quite speedy for me, though--I think there are some variables depending on your processor, and possibly your browser, and maybe the astrological sign you were born under...
I hate to disagree with anybody - especially when they have a giant robot bunny that likes to stomp things - but in the description of my Pengubot animation, I put a link to a forum thread (which looks like this: http://www.pixeljoint.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=9903) and the question mark gives it no trouble (nor did it here in a comment). One thing the little square entry form doesn't like is when the address you give it has the "http://" at the beginning, because it adds it itself.
Here's what your link looks like to me: http://www.pixeljoint.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=10177&KW=&PID=129133#129133 . I won't know if it works until I actually post this comment though. Maybe it doesn't like ampersands or hash symbols (pound sign), even though I ##really## do (especially hash).
Superb animation, although you could've sped it up a bit.
the front is vry nice~ but it will be perfect if the background moves too!
I've got the 'add link' button... it was messing up the link for some reason, though--I was trying to link right to my post, and there was a question mark in the URL, and the 'add link' function seemed to regard the question mark as an un-possible character in a web address, so it was ending the address with the character right before the question mark. I'm sure there's a way to get it to work, but I just couldn't go the extra mile...
>The bouncy ground wins it for me.
Glad you like. I originally wanted to have all the cars in the background hop one pixel off the ground after the mech landed--first the cars on the nearer ramp, then the farther ones--as if a shockwave were traveling outwards from the landing site and making everything jump. However, in practice it looked like it was going to take a bit more additional work than I wanted to do to get it looking right, being the lazy so-and-so that I am, so I went for the bouncy ground instead.
The bouncy ground wins it for me. Would of nice to have had some scrolling, but of course that would of quadrupled the work load.
> I think maybe I'm going to give up and drown my sorrows in pizza.
Oh man! I put links in my submission details all the time - it's addicting (maybe I can share rehab with orenshtiv) - maybe your browser isn't showing the add link button as in this image (above the text box). I sometimes use "control+L" when that happens.
Hope this helps.
@The Monongahela Monster - I got no problems Oo"
Whoops--I tried to post the sketch in my gallery, and it got flagged for being unfinished work. I tried to explain, but... I don't remember much after they tased me. I also don't seem to be able to get a link to the original post to work here. I think maybe I'm going to give up and drown my sorrows in pizza.
>It has a bunny in it which means it's an instant win.
It's like shooting fish in a barrel.
I posted the sketch. I also Googled Osama Tezuka so nobody'd know how ignorant I was...
>It's addicting xD
The first step is admitting that you have a problem.
It's addicting xD
I'm just sitting and staring at it @.@
Glad you finished this - because, you know, it's awesome and stuff.
Put a link to your b&w version, please, because that's when I fell in love with the picture (the Osamu Tezuka vibe was really strong).
I can't imagine how you got the animation so perfect in only eight frames (no really, my brain's imagination module blew a fuse seeing this and it'll be days before it's working again) - though I am surprised by the dozens of colours used in the piece (I can only count about 24 distinct shades by eye here) so my surprise module works alright at least.
It has a bunny in it which means it's an instant win.
I love this so much! I'm excited to see more animations from you, TMM!
We both failed at seeing challenge size restrictions, and I'm glad we did, because our mechs would have not been near what they turned out to be. This is epic!
Wooww that would've Been Good For the Challenge But too Much Colors And it's Too big =(