Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly News Letter. There was a great response to last week's topic "Sky Diving". Well done to everybody who entered. Here are the winning flipnotes.
We loved the feeling of rushing speed as the skydiver falls thru the sky in this entry by ーLし$¡Fー.
There's very creative shading and a very nice line drawn style in this flipnote by D@ni. A perfect parachute landing, right on target!
In this impressive entry by Carlos, a reluctant rabbit gets dragged into a terrifying hanglider ride. Lucky for him there's a wing diver that can leap to the rescue.
A platoon of soldiers leap out of an aeroplane, parachuting into action in this entry by Digirails. There's great drawing, animation and POV shots in this very nicely made sequence.
A spider weaves its self a silk parachute in this delightful entry by Victor. A perfect escape plan when a leaf is dripping on your head.
We just loved the free-fall antics of the sky-diving stick man in this flipnote by Derpy King. But where is his parachute?
This week's topic is The Nose. There are big noses, long noses, button noses, runny noses, twitching noses, and sniffing noses. We breath through them, we smell with them, they're right in the middle of our faces. I like the noses in the cough syrup commercials, that walk around by themselves. Very funny! We nose you can have lots of fun with this topic and look forward to seeing the flipnotes you create for it. Make sure to post your entries to the Weekly Topic channel, and the deadline for your entries is the 21st of May. Keep on flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.
A minor glitch occurred on Sudomemo a few days ago. Some Flipnotes were being uploaded multiple times. This should be fixed now, however some duplicate flipnotes remain. We will try our best to fix these in the next few days. Thanks for understanding.
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