* Spend too much time on a single frame, and it takes forever, so I make some compromises.
* Make drawing the next frame easier by displaying the previous frame on a background layer. Incidentally, I suck at posing stick figures.
2. Flesh it out.
1. Draw the stick figure animation.
3. Finish it up.
I use the finished frames to increase the number of frames. Being able to select the scope and comparing them side-by-side saves a lot of trouble.
More frames make for a smoother animation.
* A pen width of 2 or 3 dots works nicely. Using different colours for the different parts makes the shape easier to recognize.
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