add all your animations here (you can still add other projects), and share tips and tricks (write in the 'TIPS' section of the description)! try to invite as many people as you can!
if you want to join then:
comment that you want to,
be active, and try to answer comments every so often.
GUIDELINES / RULES:
Don't break the community guidelines. Please don't mass report any projects that don't violate them. Thanks! :)
please don't remove any curators/managers, or any projects unless they are breaking the guidelines or you have permission.
also please don't change the description or thumbnail unless you have permission (or you're adding a tip), and....
TRY TO PROMOTE AS MANY CURATORS AS YOU CAAAAN!!!!
if you are a visitor to this studio, you can add as many projects as you want, however if any of the projects people think are offensive then we won't allow anyone to add projects for a period of time.
-Using the slow-fast-slow technique in your animations, a character can turn the other way by starting to turn their head down, then starting to speed up and the character's head is suddenly turning the other way as the head keeps moving until it is no longer facing down.
View this project for reference: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/407359928/
-Change the speed of your animations slowly as it will be boring if everything goes at the same speed.
-You can go to Bensound.com for better music for your animations. just click 'download', and when you want to use it click 'upload sound' in the sound section. go to the 'downloads' section in the tab that pops up. click the sound you've just downloaded and voìla!
-Don't make animations with too many sprites if you are a beginner because it will get pretty confusing
-Once you get better at animations you can add more sprites because drawing too many costumes for your animations can get tiring. Good luck on your animations!