Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly News Letter. There was a great response to last week's topic "Hot and Cold". Well done to everybody who entered. Here are the winning flipnotes.
Ice-cream and toasted marsh-mallows make for delicious hot and cold treats in this flipnote by Shifty.
A fiery dragon and an ice maiden do battle in this action packed entry by Callisto.
An emergency button back fires with hilarious consequences in this flipnote by Pegase.
kayla created beautiful animated summer and winter pictures for this entry.
We really loved the moving patterns and expressive colour in this MV entry by Nyan Kat.
This catchy MV by ☆ⓇÉ-Ⓑ◎T☆ really got our toes tapping.
Love triumphs even between hot and cold in this entry by Flaime SC
Maybe this wasn't the best way to but out a fire, but we found it hysterical, in this flipnote by doinism.
We were very impressed with this fantastic MV featuring Lego characters by Deary. Go for it, Unikitty!
We found the friendship between a hot and cold tap delightful in this flipnote by ◇Peridot☆.
Fire and ice are animated beautifully in this entry by floofcat.
We really enjoyed the interesting take on what's hot and what's not, in this flipnote by Grayson. Good luck Kevin.
This week's topic is Emotions. There are lots of different emotions you could use for your flipnotes. We thought of Happy, sad, anger, disgust, fear, love, courage, pity and surprise. And how about envy, shame, trust, pride, hope or confusion. Facial expressions are great for suggesting emotions and don't forget body language, with poses and actions to bring your characters to emotional life. You can make a flipnote about anything you can think of that evokes an emotional response for you. People, places, objects. Where do you love, who do you trust, what surprises you. Go for it! We really love the way your 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 the 9th of October. Keep on flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.
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