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Animation - Twilight's Teleportation by MisterAibo Animation - Twilight's Teleportation by MisterAibo
A rudimentary SVG animation of Twilight's teleportation. This one is actually frame-based instead of time based. It's because the thing is a bit too complicated to reasonably interpolate through. I could probably get back to it later if I have the time - this seems like heresy.
I looked into the whole APNG business to save my animations better, but I'm afraid dA doesn't support it.
The SVG has the same speed, 20 frames per second.

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:iconlight3010:
Hi! I used this animation for my video. [link]

Thanks so much! I couldn't done without this.
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WishesLotus Feb 15, 2013  Student Digital Artist
How may I download this?
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:iconmisteraibo:
You can download the GIF preview by right-clicking it and selecting "save image as" (or something similar) or you can do "save link as" on the "download file" button to save the original SVG.
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tamalesyatole Jul 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I used your vector for a comic here [link] . Credit was given in the description.
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:iconmisteraibo:
It's pretty hilarious. You could probably get better results with the gif if you used flat colors instead of gradients. The palette would take that better.
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tamalesyatole Jul 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll try to do a frame-based animation (like that one ▲) the next time I want to do an animated comic. Or with flat colors in case I don't need blurry scenes.
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:iconmisteraibo:
Actually, if you made it as an animated SVG, you could make it time-based. That way, you could make changes as you see fit (like if some gradients make the color scheme iffy), as well as export it in any frame rate you want. I do my stuff that way - SVG animation isn't that hard to comprehend and you can use Adasek's Firefox addon to render the images without much of a problem.
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Chevrolet-Evilimpala Jun 11, 2012  Student Digital Artist
twilight hits 88 mph?
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MasterOfZoroark Apr 14, 2012  Student Digital Artist
This might come in handy for some vids I might do. Can I use this sometime?
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:iconmisteraibo:
Sure - it's a resource, after all.
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