BobStrang

Hey, painted this character up a few months ago off a drawing a friend of mine did. To get myself better acquainted to spine, I thought I'd go ahead and rig it up, so I did this simple animation with it, and a few other unfinished ones. This ones not quite polished to final yet either but I figured I'd post it up here and share. Thanks for the cool tool esoteric.
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Nyenna

This looks insanely cool :D I'd be up for a rig view.
Did you also rig the spiders? Man, also the little bat ears are moving, I dig it, great attention to detail!
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Mario

Wow, looks amazing. So many little details going on, the fake lighting also works very well.
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Erika

I'm impressed by this animation! Also how does one achieve that effect on the light inside spine? O: I love it!
And I also love the tiny spiders ans the overall drawing technique.
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Søren

It's looking great! Thanks for sharing.

@Erikari, you can get a fake lighting effect by using additive blending :)
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Shiu
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Erika

I meant that effect for which it looks like there's fog in front of the light but apparently not on the character, and that fog is moving indipendently, how was that achieved? Through additive blending?O:
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Søren

I see. It could be a sequence of images with additive blending or maybe those effects were made in post :)
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Nate

I'm also curious about the light effect, it's very nice.
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tocevenzro

Oh my gosh! this is so coool!!
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Nempatriarch

Same here, how did you make the lighting on the lantern? looks absolutely amazing
I'm an artist. Check @nempatriarch on tumblr and instagram.
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