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Got the demo
Nintendo recently sent me a code for the "Tomodachi Life Welcome Version". I downloaded it and tried it out. The characters' personalities were sometimes interesting in the rare moments they showed any, but the game seemed incredibly empty and slow. I immediately ran out of things to do. I am hoping this does not reflect the content of the actual game. I felt like there was potential, but it didn't seem good enough.

Have you played?
If you've played the full game, what do you think about it?

Was it more or less entertaining than Animal Crossing? How would you compare the two games?

Is it something you can play for long periods of time? Or just something to check on every once in a while?

Did the game focus too much on romance and social issues? Or did it have enough fun activities?

Do you have to create eery single character on the island yourself?

Art update
Well, I have one more animation left to do. Finally, almost done with my work. I'll get it done some time before September. I feel like it will be my last animation, but don't take my word for it. I say that every year.

The pinball game I described in my last journal? Well... it's taking a lot of work. I don't even know if I'll finish it. If I do, it might even take until the end of the year.


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Not an animator. Not an artist.
A stubborn, lazy, bad-tempered wolf with a cold attitude.

Apparently necessary disclaimers
I am not an artist or an animator. Implying:
-My work does not follow any schedule or standards of quality control.
-I make no profit from these and, therefore, feel no need to adapt my work to the desires or needs of my viewers.
-The works here are not in any way a reflection of my professional skills or attitude.
-This website is my personal space, my sole purpose here is to have fun in my free time. My only responsibility here is to avoid violating the rules.

What I'm not going to do: This journal gives you an idea of what to avoid asking:…

Interactive expansion animation library: This library makes programming interactive expansion animations easier. The folder also contains the source code of one of my animations and detailed documentation:…

Contact info:
Visit my Skydrive gallery to see hidden pictures I've made.

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Bob---Barker Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student Filmographer
Hey, can I ask you as one animator to another, how do you export your animations in such a large size?

It seems like every time I export something it gives me a tiny window, you can zoom in with a browser, but yours seem to already have a larger viewing area.

Anyway, if you could tell me what toolbar to find that in, or how to export it I would be very grateful.

Doom-the-wolf Featured By Owner 22 hours ago
It's in the properties panel. It's usually located at the bottom of the screen. If you click on an empty space in the stage, it will display the properties of the stage. There is  button labeled "Size", which has the size of the screen written on it. By default it's 550x400 pixels. You can click that button to change it. I normally use 800x600. You can also change the frame rate. Mine is usually set to 20.

But remember: if the stage is larger, you'll have to make your images larger to fit into it.
Bob---Barker Featured By Owner 12 hours ago  Student Filmographer
Heh, thanks for the information. I feel really stupid now that I know it's something that simple... pah.

Anyway, now I know so I can use that from now on; I always figured it was going to be something with the publish settings.

Appreciate the information Doom, thanks for taking the time to write up a reply!
geopelianight Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014
That,s right
You need to enjoy the summer as you can doom
Trust me
The life is short and everybody must enjoy it
Oswald-Mandus Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You have made great pieces of art these last 6 years keep it up!
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