Here's another animatic
Here's another animatic I've been working on, but this one is more polished than "Sonadow in Wonderland". I'm more proud of how this one came out, but it's obviously not perfect. And again I don't know if I will ever completely animate the whole thing, but if I could I know it would be amazing!
Sonic and Shadow the Hedgehog are owned by Sonic team/ Sega
Marionette/ Puppet and all FNAF related content belong to Scott Cawthon
The original song "Marionette" is sung by Antonia: https://youtu.be/bbSS8-Qje7U
Male nightcore version can be seen here: https://youtu.be/rGOwgHH5aLM
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NO SE PORQ !!solo por esta obra maestra me gusto esto del sonadow XD ok no
Shadow x Sonic yes
yo you should do im just your problem animatic adventure time sonic boom ver. really
Mathew Jonson --
Mathew Jonson -- Marionette
Label: Wagon Repair -- WAG002
Format: , 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Picture Sleeve
Released: Feb 2005
Style: Techno, Minimal
One of my favorite track in Life!!!
NOW A CLASSIC
How did I ever miss this and now only just finding it?! What an absolute glorious piece of synthetic soundscape
this is akkjcsjvchdsvnvdn,vjxvjsdjf so goooood !!!!!!!!!!!!
i was there
This video is made to
This video is made to accompany the book 'Carve a marionette: A step by step guide' by John Roberts.
www.puppetcraft.co.uk/carve a marionette book
What do you do if the string is attached to the foot rather than the knee?
Thank you. This breaks so many stereotypes about how my macho superhero puppet should walk.
NOW WE ARE GONNA DO THE SAME THING BUT NO FINGERS!
does it perfectly
THATS OUR FIRST LESSON