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  1. Something I thought up for fun. DISNEY ANIMATED CANON - TIER LIST: Rules: - Only films from the Disney Animated Canon. In other words, no Pixar, no Direct-to-Video, and no anime dubs from Studio Ghibli. - Positions are based in merits of cinematography and narrative; or their contributions to the animation industry. - This is more an especulation topic than an actual academic discussion, so please, no flame wars. Top Tier (6): [9.0 - 10.0] (Films that are structurally perfect, or nearly perfect, or revolutionary in animation or filmmaking. Their little flaws, if any, are mitigated by their numerous merits.) Fantasia [10.0] Snow White [10.0] Beauty and the Beast [10.0] Bambi [10.0] Pinnochio [9.5] The Little Mermaid [9.3] High Tier (8): [8.0 - 8.9] (Films with important flaws that prevent them of being masterpieces. However, their merits are so impressive that it is impossible to underestimate or dislike these films.) The Lion King [8.8] Frozen [8.5] Aladdin [8.5] Cinderella [8.5] Rescuers Down Under [8.0] Great Mouse Detective [8.0] Hunchback of Notre Dame [8.0] Sleeping Beauty [8.0] Upper-Mid Tier (11): [6.6 - 7.9] (Solid films, but not amazing. Above the average. They have more merits than flaws, and possess a particular niche.) Tangled Mulan Wreck-it-Ralph Dumbo Peter Pan The Many Stories of Winnie Pooh Princess and the Frog Fantasia 2000 Lilo & Stitch Alice in Wonderland Tarzan Mid Tier (15): [5.0 - 6.5] (Average films. They aren't bad, but are limited by their flaws, which decrease the impact in the audience.) Lady and the Tramp Bolt Winnie Pooh (2011) Fox and the Hound Jungle Book Robin Hood The Emperor's New Groove The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad Treasure Planet Atlantis: The Lost Empire Pocahontas Make Mine Music Melody Time Brother Bear One-Hundred and One Dalmatians Lower-Mid Tier (10): [3.5 - 4.9] (Severely limited films due to technical disadvantages in narrative or animation.) Hercules Meet the Robinsons Sword in the Stone Dinosaur The Rescuers Oliver & Company The Black Cauldron Three Caballeros Saludos Amigos Fun and Fancy Free Low Tier (1): [2.0 - 3.4] (Films with numerous flaws which mitigate their few merits. In other words, bad films) Chicken Little [2.0] Bottom Tier (2): [0.1 - 1.9] (Films with no redeemable qualities, or have had a considerable negative impact in industry.) Aristocats [1.5] Home in the Range [1.5] Discuss.
  2. Finally done. ^^ The last part is on. I hope you enjoyed the ride. -------------------------------------------------- ** Please watch in full-view** ** Please watch in the highest possible resolution! ** ** Please make sure that you activated the subtitles! ** C Support: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5gZU3OsCME B Support: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-otJLGfXOYo A Support: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wfp0NMWVx4&feature=youtu.be S Support part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYGbZLQDlSE S Support part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mbkca0HNcg --------------------------------- Because I did not like the supports (or lack thereof) in Radiant Dawn I decided to create my own. I choose Tibarn and Elincia for no other reason but the one that they are interesting. :) It's kind of fun to image conversation between characters that are so completely different. Since my first ever contact with Fire Emblem was in German, the lyrics are in German too. After long contemplation I decided to write in my mohertongue and to add english as subtitles because Fire Emblem is just sort of connected through German to me. This took me a while to make since I didn't know the first thing about animating when I started this, but I am pretty proud about how it turned out! Hope you enjoy it!
  3. I am trying to find a way to make a Map Sprite icons like for the GBA and DS games for the Fire Emblem Wiki (and plus, probably for the SF.net content also) to be animated into GIF format and I wanted to make those to be just like the Genealogy of the Holy War animated map sprite icons that was made by Engweimin in a couple of months ago like the one in Seliph's, Ayra's, Raquesis', Altena's, Arvis', etc in the Fire Emblem Wiki and plus, Shadowofchaos that made the Olivia and the Avatar/Robin animated map sprite icons a few months ago. And I just wanted to know how do I make them animated those map icons so that it can be perfectly good?
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