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    Making Cartoons PageDiscussionView sourceHistory
    Making a cartoon can be a patience-requiring task. It requires some creativity and persistence. This tutorial will give some tips on improving an animation. Vector animation is performed differently and is not covered in this article.

    Contents [hide] 1 Obtaining Your Idea or Storyline
    1.1 Story
    2 Drawing
    3 Animating
    4 Frame-By-Frame
    5 Scratch
    6 Have Fun
    7 Aftermath


    Obtaining Your Idea or Storyline
    The first step in making a good cartoon or animation is to get a good inspiration. It is important to have a good storyline; however, remember that it is equally important to have a nice animation. The idea is just a part of the project, and you shouldn't fret too much over it.

    Drawing inspiration is often the toughest part of the project. Most animators spend a long time thinking about the "perfect" idea, which is great. However, for the beginner, it is often more rewarding to get your hands dirty. Getting the "perfect" idea will take ages, and it is much better to choose one simple theme and stick with it.

    Brainstorming can be a difficult process. To let your creativity flow, try to get inspiration from other sources. Watch animations or read comics that you like. Developing a character and then a storyline around the character is a good way to start. Don't make your character "perfect", though, make your character human. He/she should make mistakes, or even be the villain. Queer people you know are great ways to start developing a personality.

    Story
    Creating a storyline around a character is a lot easier. Think about how the character would react to various situations. Often in cartoons, the storyline is less important than the little things. Make story lines open-ended. In contrast to novels, where story lines should have a clear beginning, middle, and end, cartoons have the freedom to end a plot suddenly with a twist. For example, you can make an entire cartoon about a character trying to milk a cow, by giving an account of various attempts and how they failed—this would not make a good story or novel, but makes excellent material to build slapstick comedy or gags upon. Repetition is another useful tool.

    Being absurd (within reason) and completely unexpected is extremely important to making a funny cartoon. Think about every detail, and consider whether you can replace it with something which would be funnier. Remember, your audience will think exactly as you will: if you find something predictable, your audience will, too. For example, if you are talking about a spaceship, don't make a mundane flying saucer. Add some detail that will surprise the audience, like an unexpected bumper sticker (e.g. "How's my driving?").

    Drawing
    Drawing is hard for most people, especially on a computer. Here are some drawing to tips to follow:

    •Start with a sketch (on paper)
    •Outline the needed parts in your sketch (darken lines with pencil)
    •Draw final in pen either traced or redrawn (trace over or draw the whole thing again on another piece of paper)
    •Draw your final drawing on the computer in the paint editor, or use a drawing tablet.
    •When drawing on the computer, try to simplify final drawing by removing unneeded features.
    •Color it using shading and other styles of drawing.
    Animating
    Drawing an animation is a lot harder—it requires a certain degree of perseverance to perfect it.

    Animation is based off of moving frames (a bunch of pictures put together with little changes in each of them).

    Some steps to follow:

    1.Draw the character or object.
    2.Redraw the character with a small change in movement.
    3.Repeat step 2 until character looks like it's moving.
    Tips

    •The more frames in each animation the slower it is.
    •The less frames in each animation the faster it is.
    ◦All of this depends on how many seconds there are in between the frames. It is recommended that the wait is 0.05 seconds.
    •The less frames the more choppy the movements seem. Choppy means that the animation will seem to be skipping movements. For example, if a stick figure is blinking it will be fine, but if the stick figure is moving its arm, then the arm will seem to be moving very fast then stopping.
    •Try to have the objects move fluidly. This means that the animation needs to look smooth, not robotic and choppy like it was just thrown together.
    Frame-By-Frame
    Now, it's all about doing the long part of making any cartoon. You have to draw the character and redraw the character with a small change in movement. Just remember that this part will take a while and anyone animation has to be patient.

    It may be best to have a group and have various Scratchers animate parts of the cartoon. Scratchers can work on the part of the cartoon that they would be best at. For example, if the cartoon calls for a walking cycle, have a scratcher animate the character walking if that scratcher specializes in that area.

    Scratch
    To upload it to Scratch, scan in the flipbook, then animate it using these methods.

    Have Fun
    The most crucial part of cartoon making is to have fun. The cartoon reflects on the animator's or writer's mood. Most viewers want cartoons that can entertain them or wow them. That is the animator's job to entertain them or wow them.

    Aftermath
    At this point the cartoon may be done. Find someone close to you to look over the cartoon and have them give feedback. Uploading the project on a test account is not very effective. It could be weeks or even months before a scratcher gets enough feedback online to go back to their cartoon and make some changes.

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