Forgot to tell you guys, if you didn't have the original source, these are the guys who did that HTML 5 demo:http://www.effectgames.com/demos/canvascycle/?sound=0
Also posting something else from my folder I didn't see on the thread (this one is also kinda famous, not sure where it came from, you probably saw it before).
I've seen these before!
What are they from?
I think some of those are from Last Blade.
the reason this works is because that guy passes in front of the entire scene
not all video can be looped perfectly
I can hear this image
Linux in a nutshell :^)
I miss Azumanga. I miss what the Internet was like when it was popular. I want to go back.
I don't know if I was on the internet much back then. Tell me what it was like sushi roll.
Not him and I didn't have internet back then, but I imagine content was quality, not countless layers of sarcasm and irony. And I imagine there were far less normies online because social media wasn't popular and smartphones weren't a thing.
btw pown.it seems like a portal to the good times
Let's start posting old azumanga macros, spread them accross the chans and bring them back! We can be the change we want to see!
I'm sure there are people still out there who want to bring back the wholesome and comfy, I'm sure we can do it!
Im curious with these.
who's making those? how are they made? and what is their purpose? I mean, its animated, so you cant put it on a wall, you cant print it out, its not rly designed for a game.
what's the deal
animation software>what is their purpose
Either the demonstration of skill/ability for a portfolio or simply to be something pleasant.