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ICON: Rocking Glittering Heart by Cupcake-Kitty-chan ICON: Rocking Glittering Heart by Cupcake-Kitty-chan

YOU MUST GIVE CREDIT IN YOUR SIGNATURE.


Something I pixelled a couple weeks ago and kept forgetting to upload. ^^; I got Jesse to start playing Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door a few weeks ago (I love it; it's one of my favorite games) and I've been watching him play it a lot and those hearts inside the healing blocks are really cute.

Creating the frames was difficult. XP I hope it doesn't look too off.

Free to use with credit in signature!


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:damphyr: This artwork is Carissa Sudul, a.k.a. *Cupcake-Kitty-chan
:damphyr: Do not copy, edit, steal, redistribute, re-upload, or otherwise 'take' this piece of art or claim as your own. Thank you!

At time of submission, commissions are OPEN! Please see my profile for details. ♥
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BeachPrimrose Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
May I use this?
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Cupcake-Kitty-chan Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014
Sure! It is free to use if you credit in your signature. :)
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BeachPrimrose Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014
I will! 
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cupcakekitten20 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
So lovely :love:
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Cupcake-Kitty-chan Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014
Thank you! :D
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Bloody-Goodbyes Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2013
Could you possibly do a tutorial on how to make this? :pray:
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Cupcake-Kitty-chan Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
Unfortunately, I don't think I'll ever get around to that. ^^; It was a pain to make in the first place. ;)

To sum it up, though, I basically drew the heart the 'normal' way (straight up) for one frame, then rotated it 90 degrees for another frame. For every frame in between, I sketched it with my pencil tool, then cleaned  up the outline. I think that I put three or four frames between the two 'easy' frames. I then duplicated and flipped each of those layers so that it would rock the other way... and then I took all of those existing frames and copied them in the opposite order, to create the rocking back (and thus completing the animation).

The glittering itself is really easy. For each frame, randomly dot white around the area you want to glitter. Just make sure that the glitters aren't touching each other at all, even diagonally. Do this for each frame, to make it random.

Sorry if that doesn't make sense. ^^; I think that that's the best I'll be able to provide for a long time, haha.
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Bloody-Goodbyes Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
That helped a lot actually. :D
I think I'm going to practice the animation with some tiny hearts first to make it easier on myself. lol
I could try for the rest of my life and it still wouldn't be as good as yours though. :meow:
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Cupcake-Kitty-chan Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
I'm glad that it did help. :D I was worried it was coming out nonsense, haha.

Hehe, thank you very much. :blush: I'm sure that you could do it with just a bit of practice, rather than your whole life. >u<
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Bloody-Goodbyes Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2013
You're welcome. :D
It'll definitely take me a looooooong time to perfect though. lol
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