A quick idea from a quick test.
9 months ago
The turning heads are a great touch.
hey hold on this is not quite right! Everytime I did scalextric my car came off as soon as I put the gas on (finger on trigger)
"Quick" he said. Twice. @Fraser Davidson , you're a goddamned robot.
Oh my shit i just noticed the heads moving! Sweeeettt
C'mon blue! You can do it!
Awesome - needs the grooves in the track though*. *picky bastard*
Sahweet. I'd make the characters a little happier.
I'll like anything with bored thumb children in it!
realy cool ... you now what would be even better ? if hands was moving slightly
@Andrew Edwards @Daryl Ginn @Dan Draper @Adam Belis come on that track is awesome! The characters are taken back by the sheer awesomeness of the racing! They cant move their hands as they have been there for days racing, only their fingers and heads.
Red wins every time!
@Fraser Davidson, Would you mind giving me some insight on how you achieved such a clean animation? If you hop on over to my dribble, I recently created a .gif animation but the quality sucks! I did a whole bunch of research regarding how to better optimize the Gif but i still received a lame result! I used AE and exported it as a Quicktime file, which i opened as an image sequence in PS, where i proceeded to save for web & devices.
Thanks a ton!
This is super sweet man, love the little details. Great work
Hehe, well done
@Tiago Peter that's all I do.
It's hypnotising! Awesome work.
@Tiago Peter Don't open quicktime files as image sequences, import them as video layers on the timeline.
Also, one thing that affects final quality is how many pixels change from frame to frame. An animation like this that is largely static (except for the cars and heads) is easier to make smooth.
One of the coolest things I've ever seen. Awesome.
White kid always wining! Oh you... :D
The heads! Very cool.
They are even taking the proper racing line! Now I am impressed :)
@Fraser Davidson Great!!!
Love the slow down in the hairpin.
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