Hey, that was pretty nice! I can certainly appreciate all of the effort you put into it. Makes me wish the speech bubbles were just slightly less tall in some instances, since they notably obscure your animation at a few points.
That makes good sense. x] I think as long as the font size stayed close to the same, the space around the bubbles could be dropped a little, since you'd still wind up with something just as legible as you had there (which was indeed nicely legible).
If I hadn't been accepted in the thing I'm gonna study now, I'd try TwT I'm lucky it's only two years and they told me we usually get jobs easily! (...will have to wait two or three years to get payed and save all the money) XD! Ah, really, would you?? ;__; But there's a problem with me. I know NOTHING about animating TwT I mean, for example, this is the best I can do [link] And well. It's pretty pathetic and full of faily mistakes XD!
DARN YOU you so TOO know a thing about animation! Needs a little more perfecting but you have clear consistency with each animated frame! And that is very important. The bad case I used to have is that my character would gradually shrink as it was animating lol! Anyway, you don't have to go to a pricey school to educate yourself! Here check out this very helpful Wikipedia page on the 12 Principles of Animation: [link]
Best part is you don't even have to apply all these principles to your animation, just use whatever suits you!
I animate digitally on Photoshop using my pen tablet! Simple because it's quicker to get the results you want, rather then drawing frames on paper, scanning them, putting them together only to find out they DON'T WORK TT^TT
If I was a professional animator on the other hand I WOULD animate traditionally, but since I animate for pure enjoyment, pen tablet is good enough for me! ^_^
*wants your animation skills bad* this was utterly amazing (and better animated than most animes too) I love the use of the Zelda music and sound effects. This was just too amazing I hope to see another episode soon