Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly News Letter. There was a great response to last week's topic "Swing". Well done to everybody who entered. Here are the winning Flipnotes.
There's a sinister hooded figure swinging a pocket watch, in our first selection this week, by /くrella ヤら. What ever you do, don't look at the watch too long, or you might get hypnoti....XD
YahiryDany has animated a beautifully realistic swinging pendant for this entry. The fast to slow movement is just perfect, leaving the pendulum hanging in the air for a beat before swings back. Brilliant! We enjoyed the subtle sound effects too. Great job.
There's a very confident swinging action in this Flipnote by jack, combined with some nice squash and stretch animation of the character. It makes for a delightfully lively entry.
Behold! Its stick-man Tarzan! Marvel as he swings through the jungle, in this fantastic entry by Brook ⛄📱😃❗.
We were very impressed with the highly expressive and complex hand drawn animation of dancing the Swing in this Flipnote by Cosmirage.
A daredevil swing from a trapeze ends in catastrophe, in this dynamic entry from kenpa(ケンパ).
This Swinging couple have really got all the moves, in this wonderfully animated Flipnote by Lee!!.
This week's topic is Eyes. We see with them, cry from them, blink with them, use them to express emotion, and some say they're the windows to the soul.
Eyes work in similar ways to a camera, focusing light and color for the brain to interpret images from. There's many different types of eyes in the animal kingdom. The eyes of cats, chameleons, crabs, crocodiles, dragonflies and the common house fly are all quite different visually.
Eyes can be arranged differently too. For example, humans have binocular vision, eyes facing front, to improve depth perception, and rabbits have monocular vision, their eyes on the side of there heads, for an all round view. The point of view difference here could be interesting, visually.
What do eyes make you think of? Show it to us in a Flipnote.
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 August the 18th (12pm EST / 4pm GMT) Keep on Flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.
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