April 28th, 2019: Sudomemo Weekly News

Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly News Letter. There was a great response to last week's topic "Spin off". Well done to everybody who entered. Here are the winning Flipnotes.

Our Favorite Flipnotes from last weeks Topic "Spin off"

Our first selection this week, by Trianic, spins off an MV with an all new character. The lip-sync, blinks and rhythmical movement works perfectly with the music.

This entry, by Checko, spins off a Flipnote for its audio, with a lively MV. Full of energy and movement, it really had us tapping our toes :).

There's amazing 'red on black' flash effects in this surreal MV spin off entry, by Ⓛ×VDNek×Ⓡ. The sprouting and morphing animation really deserves frame by frame viewing. :O

SkrillStar has had the great idea of changing the characters from cats, in the original Flipnote, to dogs in this beautifully animated spin off. Awww, such a cute pooch!........Roll over, walkies!

In this literal interpretation of the topic, by kenpa(ケンパ), a bouncy little character spins off a giant rolling ball, only to be batted back in an endless tennis match! Wow, that's seriously bizarre, yet totally Amazing!

In this ingenious spin off, also by kenpa(ケンパ), the Squidgy Bean has been transformed into a Squidgy Frog, while playing around with other creative effects as well. We really love the idea of adding to the original Flipnote by drawing over it, creating something new and exciting. Absolutely fantastic!

In this amusing fishing fail spin off Flipnote, by Glin, the fish is just too cool to be caught! Check out his sunglasses! XD.

Here's a spin off a Flipnote of free audio. A very popular use of spin offs on Sudomemo. The audio, a song called AAA, is spun off, by PANTEL™ using drawings and a photo, for a totally AAA-wesome musical entry.

This Weeks Topic - "Machines"

This week's topic is machines. Machines are involved in almost every aspect of our modern world. From factories making products and food production, to building tools, making energy, and powering our vehicles. Machines come in all shapes and sizes, from a clockwork wrist-watch, to a mechanical digger. Cogs, springs, hydraulics, take your pick! Check out the program 'How it's Made', that's full of machines that make things, or why not create a machine of your own design.

We really love the way you're all so creative with these topics and look forward to seeing the Flipnotes you create for them.

Make sure to post your entries to the Weekly Topic channel, and the deadline for your entries is May 5th.

Keep on Flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.