And to complete my rant:

  • Suggested videos on YouTube, especially two years old videos on channels you’re subscribed to and check every day. 
  • Promoted spam on Twitter.
  • Sorting of replies on Facebook.

The Tumblr messaging system sucks.

* clicks send *

Wait, who has sent me that question? What was the question again? What did I reply? Did I even send one?

1,000 likes!
(My liking you all a thousands times.)

1,000 likes!

(My liking you all a thousands times.)

Cubic cat animation test.(I’m not an animator, just doodling, so yeah, I know it’s not a fluid animation… yet)

Cubic cat animation test.

(I’m not an animator, just doodling, so yeah, I know it’s not a fluid animation… yet)

grassteeth replied to your post: Having fun with the new Sketchbook Pro…

I like the procreate app

I haven’t forgiven Procreate the scam they pulled with the Morgan Freeman finger painting. They should have been pulled from the App store for that.

Having fun with the new Sketchbook Pro 7 (desktop version) and a Wacom Cintiq.

Could I’ve done the same thing with Paper? Yeah, probably.

Have you figured out how to covert flipbook ska files into a gif files to play on loop in tumblr? — Asked by breathing-in-water

Hi, thank you for your question. What I’ve done (but this may not be the best way) is to export the Flipbook. This will export all the frames as separate images. You can use these to create an animation, I personally like to use a little program called Zeitraffer (see http://zeitraffer.veronicasoft.com). But it’s only for Mac OS and available through the app store (for desktop applications). And by the way, Zeitraffer is also great to create a slow running (1fps) progress animation from Paper drawings.

If I had to do the same on a Windows machine, I probably use Blender, which is a 3D render program, but has a great built-in video editor. And its open source.

And finally about creating gifs: I’m not sure if Zeitraffer can export gifs but there are probably several open source conversion programs.

I hope this helps!

Couple of quick sketches.