Um... Can you guys check this animation out?

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#1


I was hoping you guys could check this out. I think that this is pretty original, and maybe you guys could possibly feature it? I think this is a good example of basic cloning, BG making, and some animation, while being artistic. Let me know what you guys think! (Also, I don’t know where feature suggestions are, so could you direct me towards there?)
(Also, tell me what section this should be in, if it’s not in the right place, thanks)


#2

Woah! This is very impressive.
Btw, did you try using sine?


#3

Woah! That is really cool!


#4

Ehh, I only really use sine, tangent, & cosine for math classes right now. I’m still in 7th grade. (but I do 8th grade math) It’s a little confusing for me… But I know the basics…


#5

when you’re in 5th grade and you use CoSine
I suggest you to try to make animations w/ sine, it will make them smoother.
I’m going to nominate this for featured


#6

Aaaaa thank you! (You’re in 5th grade?!) Yeah, I’ll make sure to try out using some Sine in my next animations


#7

No problem!
And yes, I am XD


#8

Whaaa I’m in 6th grade and I’ve never even seen cosine in my life!


#9

(Its high school math) (like 10th grade)
Coders are just kinda smart I guess


#10

Google trigonometry

Might take a few results to get something you want

Any questions, ask mr. @Google, he knows things.


#11

Woah that is sooooo good @StarSwan


#12

so like two years ago you were in the third grade

dude ur young :+1:t2:


#13

sorry :0
it’s bad, i guess


#14

no that’s not bad

and your are REALLY smart for your age


#15

Yall im in 8th and only uesterday did anyone eaven mention tangent


#16

Thats 11th grade math, but 10th for me!


#17

Whatttt
You are in 5th grade, doing 10th grade math??.
I’m in sixth grade doing ninth grade math!


#18

That is amazingly good! The character is really detailed and it moves smoothly! It totally deserves to get on Featured!


#19

Me: i think I’m pretty smart haha
dmf:


well… 7 years of school taught me nothing…


#20

I guess that some stereotypes are true…