My first animated cartoon. I spent most of my day shuffling through paper and organizing so I can have a successful week getting my work done. Happy with my results for today I decided it was time to start on my post. I have been wanting to check out new software I have on my laptop called Corel VideoStudio Pro X4. I had noticed in the thick book that came with it that it could animate photos. So I have been wanting to play for weeks and thought today is the day I get to check out this new toy (well for me it seems like a toy).
So I started looking around for a little bear my boyfriend and I received in Ireland from a girl that welcomed us upon our arrival. I asked Lloyd if he had seen it and we both starting looking around. I could not find it but kept searching. Finally I found him hiding in the corner of the kitchen. I also found he met a friend that was even smaller then him, so he came out to play as well!
Since I was still having thoughts about the creation of a pain scale for Rheumatoid Arthritis patients, I felt the teddy bears could represent children talking. Maybe discussing their lifestyle differences. One bear with JRA (Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis) and the other could be the healthy child.
Maybe I can add voice overs or do a 3D version for his next episode.
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