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Animated a Comic!

10/6/13 by Jess-The-Dragoon
Updated 10/8/13

Wow life had the meaning of "working in front of the computer when not asleep" for the past ... I dunno months? But anyway, for the past 2 weeks, I've been looking forward to the day that I release another project and finally, that day has come! It's not Super Hero Clock episode 1 part 2 though. Instead, it's an animation of a webcomic by Zen Pencils entitled "Marc Maron: The social media generation"!

The reason Marc Maron is part of the comic is because his quote is used in it. I've also uploaded a flash version here.


After all that, I'm gonna try to make my life more like "nap when not asleep" for a while. Then after that I'll be back working on SHC ep1 p2!

Stay tuned!

P.S: For animators out there, the Animators Club is always open for new members! To join, just post your animator's details here! What to post is stated there as well!

Animated a Comic!


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Great job on the animation, loved it.



Very good!



Saw this on ng's facebook and the style seemed attractive. Tbh, was hoping for some dude in toilet and a typhical newgrounds situation, but was better than hoped! I liked it!



Flawless job on this! :)

I have to agree with his message and some of the reviewers, and this beats Broken Saints by miles.



This was worth jumping away from your series for a while. A lot of work went into it and it showed :)
But I do have a question: Is NG's new social structure really like you portrayed?

I.. generally and genuinely do care about the young men and women who contribute here. I don't use Facebook anymore, and don't go anywhere else to socialize. I could care less about likes/fans/follows, it's more about being there for others.



I thought this will be a motion comic, but it is way better than that. Great transition from comic to animation :)



Wait, you were animating drawings made by someone else? In what format were those drawings (raw pencil pic, a file with a certain extension, raster/vector)? Who was deciding the artwork style - you or the Zen, who had to mimic whose style? Was that difficult?
This is impressive work!

10/6/13 Jess-The-Dragoon responds:

I was animating in Zen Pencil's style. The drawings were in jpg. It was quite tedious to be honest.

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