Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly Newsletter and Weekly Topic competition.
We had a great response to last week's topic “Pulling A Lever”, and a selection of our favorite winning entries are coming up.
You can view all of the submissions for this topic on its Weekly Topic channel by clicking this link Weekly Topic - Pulling A Lever
But first, if you're thinking about making a topic Flipnote, don't forget to check out next week's topic theme and its description, as well as the Upcoming Topics listed at the end of the Newsletter.
Also, don't miss the links in the topic description for inspiration and further information on the theme (Access these links through the Sudomemo Theater online site).
And now, here are the winning Flipnotes from last week's topic "Pulling A Lever". Well done to everybody who entered.
Our first beautifully made, topic winning selection this week, by RedLeaf★, not only features our theme ‘Pulling A Lever’, but also incorporates last week’s topic ‘Flipnote Hatena’.
In spite of stringent warning signs Skate unwisely pulls the lever, transporting him from the tranquil world of Sudomemo to the haunting, barren wastelands of Closed-Down Flipnote Hatena.
What could still be left there, lying in wait for him?
Watch if you dare!
In our next winning entry, Jake thrills us with this dramatic, tension building master-class starring, you guessed it, the hilarious OC Wacky himself.
After discovering a strange lever, when he finally decides to pull it, nothing seems to happen!
But give it a second.
There could yet be a surprise in store!
Watch this one from behind the sofa.
Especially if you’re scared of freaky bears!!!
When a lever is baited with a dangling mouse, the temptation is too great for this cat.
But there's far more mice than kitty can cope with.
And in the end, he is completely overwhelmed by what he loves the most, in this inspired winning Flipnote by Kaywee.
In this highly scientific experiment, created by Kêithkash★, the only unknown element is Clunk!
With one simple instruction, “Pull the lever!” How could he possibly go wrong?
Fans of The Road Runner cartoons, you're gonna love this!
We really enjoyed the perfectly timed eye movements for the realization of impending disaster, in this lever operated trap-door comedy skit by Mikey.
And what better punchline than a mid-air ‘look to camera’ before the fall.
It had us in stitches!
With high speed animation and a nerve jangling soundtrack, this Evil-Lever Flipnote creation by nicky had us quaking in our boots.
Whatever you do………Don't pull that lever!
Here we see a very unusual lever indeed. This one turns back the years of the creator’s drawing style.
Inspired by Flipnote Archive, ♥SQUIRMLY♥ takes the trip to yesteryear with eye-drawing techniques that echo earlier Flipnotes.
Rabbits, or bunnies are small mammals with long pointed ears and fluffy white tails.
They are great hoppers and even better runners.
Very lovable, they are popular pets. But in the wild they live socially in underground warrens, and have many predators, like foxes and birds of prey, where their great speed and social behavior makes for an excellent defense.
Your rabbits could be drawn realistically, as cartoon characters, or any way you choose.
If you like drawing and animating in a cartoon style, there are loads of great rabbit characters for inspiration.
Here’s a list of some of our favorites:
Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit, Peter Rabbit (Beatrix Potter), Thumper (Bambi), The White Rabbit (Alice In Wonderland), The Nesquik Milkshake Bunny, and The Duracell Battery Bunny (He keeps on going and going).
And last but not least, don’t forget the wonderful animated movie Watership Down.
Here’s a link to a video clip for inspiration:
So let’s all have some carrot-crunching fun making a weekly topic Rabbit 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 Weekly Topic - Rabbits and the deadline for your entries is June 19th (12pm EST / 4pm GMT).
We would also encourage you to add a description to your Flipnotes. This is your opportunity to explain any points of interest and specific details that we could feature in the topic winner reviews.
And don't forget, if you want a cool thumbnail picture on your Flipnote, whichever frame you save the Flipnote on, that will become the thumbnail. So choose your favorite frame for this, or add in a cool title page at the end, and save on that.
Keep on Flipnoting and the best of luck with your entries.
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