I don't know how to deal with this! *curls up in a corner*
I dunno how my SSB x Aot video got so popular....
I'm gonna try to respond to all of you who have had questions/comments for the past 2 days. For the meantime, have this lame 4-frame (Technically, 63 frames if you include the zooming effect) animation of paranoid Pitty-Pat, as my preview to my next 8-second video.
Yes Pit. You're being watched.
I swear, YouTubers can be so obnoxious......I mean, I appreciate constructive criticism, but comments like, "Attack on Titan sucks! I hate you! I hate the anime you like! This is really shitty." make me go .
"Yeah I-Wait, wha-?!"
I found a few pictures of him a few weeks ago and i must say: I immediately fall in love with him
Your animation is so cute and i wanna give Pit the biggest in the universe now
I suppose some of this stuff can make people jelly if they're jealous (hell, I'll admit right now I'm a bit jealous of you and your GODLY skills at mouse animation when my drawing don't even hold a candle) but if they really thought it was so terrible they should have the courtesy to give reasoning instead of raising their hands over their heads and jazz-handing with "OOOOH IT'S CRAP" and "I HATE THAT ANIME".
If you ask me, this was extremely devoted effort that synchs with your choice of song and its flow, along with the original AoT opening footage that gives off that powerful spiritual feeling by being absorbed in the transition and the message it's giving. The original footage was fast-moving, which you executed perfectly. Every character had their spotlight and was well timed, etc. and the colors and light effects" Oh don't get me started; it was professional animation studio level!
This is definitely the product of long, hard work and effort, and you shouldn't be swayed by vain hate messages that hold as much weight as a dust mite. People who can't at least give constructive criticism should they not like it just make fools of themselves and that's just makes them look like total assholes to other people, which will only hurt them in the end.
People that work hard at what they enjoy earn my respect, even if the final product isn't as good as someone else. Take it from me - my art is sub-par at best (there are reasons, which I won't bore people with) and I barely get views, comments and favs but I'm not frustrated. I just keep drawing because I enjoy it. There should be no shame in that, and you are a prime example of this principle.
Give yourself a pat on the back, Yellow!
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Sorry for those hate comments on YouTube. Just ignore them, your work is simply amazing! What makes it even more amazing is that you did it all with a mouse! ^^
As for the people on YouTube, I wish they would keep their opinions to themselves, like :iconRelunctant-Heroes: said. Who knows what can happen to those commenters for what posted on the internet. O.O