Hey there everyone, DeepRising here with the Weekly Newsletter and Weekly Topic competition.
We had a great response to last week's topic “Sinking”, 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 - Sinking
If you're thinking about making a topic Flipnote, don't forget to check out next week's topic theme and description, with ideas and inspiration to get you started, as well as the upcoming Topics listed at the end of the Newsletter.
And now, here are the winning Flipnotes from last week's topic "Sinking".
Well done to everyone who entered.
All new meaning is brought to the word “Divebomb” in this surreal deep sinking Topic winner by Glin.
Created using stick figure cartooning, and colored photo imports, including a stop motion performance by the creator, the sense of depth and pressure intensifies the further they sink beneath the waves. Until finally, when they can take it no longer, their head explode in a Sudo-classic atomic event!
Now that’s seamlessly editing, and very nicely done!
The final tragic moments of the S.S.Titanic disaster are brought terrifyingly to life in this Topic winning Flipnote “The Lost Leviathan” by MorseHorse.
Animated with beautiful, historically accurate shaded illustrations, the details of the ship’s demise are related as a series of action vignettes, accompanied by a dramatic voice acted narration, reminding us all that no ocean liner is ever truly “Unsinkable”!
Set to the lyrics of a melancholy song by the Mountain Goats, a relationship sinks beyond all rescue in this Topic winning MV by mh.
Colored in the blue of a despondent sea, the failed love finds its form with emotive imagery, heartbroken expression, and impassioned character acting.
It brought tears to our eyes.
The tiniest of leaks plunges a panicked crowd into the drink in this laugh out loud funny, Topic winning entry by -=cinna=-.
As well as a great cast of characters, supported with hilarious voice acting, the impressive water effects include a beautifully animated splash that punctuates the Flipnote’s end with perfect timing.
There are many different types of fox from all over the world. But the most common species is the red fox (Vulpes vulpes). It has pointed ears, red brown fur, and a long bushy tail, or brush.
Foxes have always had a reputation as clever and cunning, which has contributed to their prominence in folklore going back many years.
Here are some examples of foxes across the years which you may find inspirational:
The Fox And The Crow - Subject: Flattery
The Fox And The Stalk - Subject: Trickery
The Fox And The Grapes - Subject: Bitterness and denial (Convincing yourself that you don't want something because you can't have it.)
Fantastic Mr Fox (Stop motion movie - 2009)
Basil Brush (Hand Puppet personality - 1962 to present day)
Honest john the Fox (Disney’s Pinocchio - 1940)
Sudomemo Fox (Creator of Sudomemo - Hope he doesn’t mind the reference “Grin”)
Enjoy this splendid animal Topic, and make your entries about any aspect of the fox that you like.
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 - The Fox and the deadline for your entries is November 26th (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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