Dribbble is satisfying, like popping bubble wrap.

I am new to the Dribbble game... but I love what I see.  There is something refreshing about where the design community is going there.

You may say, "What are you even talking about?!"  Don't worry, it was new to me too, mainly because I am not a designer.  Dribbble is simply described as, Show and tell for designers.  It's interesting because I am not a designer in the traditional sense at all.  However, when it comes to animation, I absolutely consider the design of movement and composition of a shot. So it oddly feels both relevant and irrelevant to me.  Regardless, it certainly is refreshing to go browse.

I feel like creating small loopable clips can be an interesting challenge as an animator. It should be achieved in a small amount of time but can still result in something interesting and engaging.  So I am going to make it a point to create some.

See, much of what I do is complicated, so it is nice to have a simple goal with a short time frame to execute.  It can be a palate cleanser.  So I will try to make one of these at some point each week.  I have no idea what I may learn along the way ...but if all I end up with is a series of trippy little sequences, that works for me too.

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