Well let me start off saying this is not only beautiful but smooth and draws my eye! i love seeing some more exotic animals in animations and artworks!
I like how it has movement throughout the animal, its not just the legs, the tail the head the arms it actually has life to it.
what i can say to help out is i see the arms and the ears could use a little bit more movement to them. not too much just a bit. It makes it look more like a moving picture, careful movement to all pieces can make it look like a real kangaroo is hoping on your desktop.
best of luck as you keep drawing and animating! i love this piece alot! and now, i am going to favorite this.
Lets begin the moment of truth shall we? I love the whole theme with the kangaroo. It is very original, and just absolutely fascinating! The way it moves makes me feel like I am watching an actual Kangaroo! I also love the color and back round design. The Kangaroo itself seems to move correctly. I know this critique might be a bit confusing, but let me just say that the reason is is that I can not think of words to describe how magnificent it is! I see no flaws really, but I do see some improvement. Maybe add a shadow or maybe some moving background to give a little more detail. That is just what I think. Have a good day or Night! ~ Liza
Es ist wundervoll. Es ist nicht einfach Ein normaler ausgemaltes Kangorou (ich weiß meine Art zu schreiben ist falsch), Sondern Ein wunderbar Künstlerisches Tier. Man can available Genau Erkennen Wie es Sich fortbewegt. Jeder Sprung, am Ende sieht man Jürgen Heckel Wie das Tier Sich abstößt und Seinen Körper lang zieht. Ich sag nur mach weiter so!
I long suspected the limited use of the back legs of a kangaroo. Also I read that hummingbirds can not walk at all, but only use their legs for perching or grooming. I know of other examples, but do not wish to be a troll.
And I love how you animated the body here, and the way the neck and head move when he jumps. My only criticism is that I think he hesitates a bit too much directly before the actual spring forward. If you watch actual kangaroos when they make that spring, there's barely a pause before the legs kick back and the body goes forward. If you took maybe a frame or two out of that pause, it should look a lot better.