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So I'm in contact with a studio at the moment over potential work, but their work is often done in ToonBoom rather than Flash, so I've been spending time recently practising that little by little.
I've used it on my entry for this month's Do It In Ten as well, as part of my practising. I'm still a little behind where I am on Flash, but that will likely change as I get to know and get comfortable with the software.
So, not only has Grave Mistake been featured on "Show Me the Animation"'s Student Showcase, but my entry to the Do It In Ten competition won this month's round! It's now in the running for the Best of the Year prize as well! So yeh, thank you to Show Me the Animation for helping my work reach more people, and thank you for selecting my entry as the winning one!
So with the free time I've had after finishing at A Productions, I've cooked up a quick entry into Show Me The Animation's "Do it in Ten" competition. The last theme they had was "Sweat", so I decided to play around a little bit with mine. You can see it on the SMTA website here, or on the YouTube embed below.
Once again, I've entered Show Me the Animation's "Do It In Ten" competition, this time on the theme of Space. One of my friends, Lewis Rogers, mentioned that he planned to think outside the box for his entry (not yet finished), so I decided to do the same.
As you can see by the preview image, it's based around Tetris blocks, rather than the typical astronaut/spaceman theme that's run through all the other entries so far. So that should give it an edge this month. But we'll see.
So for this month, I decided to enter the Show Me the Animation's "Do it in Ten" competition, which had the theme of Fire.
I decided to take quite an "asdfmovie" approach to it with a short bit of wacky humour that I know plays well among my DeviantArt followers. It may not play as well among the judges, but I feel like I was trying to just get this done in as short a time as possible, and is just a little something to keep me in practice.