So yeah....it's kinda funny that I wanted to do this in February, but I got lazy and didn't want to continue, so I redrew everything because my art style changed A LOT XD I still used some ideas from back then, tho. I can't believe this took me a month fml BUT IT WAS WORTH IT! I can be proud of an animatic again :,) (sry for the lags tho, I couldn't do anything to correct it...) And pls don't comment smth like "yo, ham's grave looks different in your who lives, who dies, who tells your story animatic", I was just lazy XD If you have any questions, TELL MOI :D Programs: Art with Manga Studio 5 and Paint Tool Sai Editing with Windows Movie Maker 2016 My Tumblr: https://jasmin-mcpines.tumblr.com/ My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasmin_mcpines/ Art and editing by me Song by Lin-Manuel Miranda; The World Was Wide Enough Portuguese Translation by Bruna Lyn
Would slavery have been abolished decades sooner? Could the Civil War have been avoided? Historian Thomas Fleming looks at what might have happened if Hamilton had lived.
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The duel of Alexander Hamilton vs. Aaron Burr The year 1804 saw the most famous duel in American History. Aaron Burr Vice-President of the U. S. challenged Alexander Hamilton, former treasurer of the U. S. to a duel, called an "interview." On the morning of July 11, 1804 at 7 AM they met in a secluded spot in Weehawken, New Jersey. Alexander Hamilton met his maker and died the next day.
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group The World Was Wide Enough · Leslie Odom Jr. · Lin-Manuel Miranda · Original Broadway Cast of Hamilton Hamilton ℗ 2015 Hamilton Uptown, LLC under exclusive license to Atlantic Recording Corporation Producer: Ahmir Thompson Conductor, Keyboards, Producer: Alex Lacamoire Orchestration: Alex Lacamoire Drums: Andres Forero Cello: Anja Wood Keyboards, Percussion: Benny Reiner Producer: Bill Sherman Violin: Erin Benim Mayland Keyboards: Kurt Crowley Harp: Laura Sherman Vocals: Leslie Odom, Jr. Producer, Vocals: Lin-Manuel Miranda Viola, Violin: Mario Gotoh Vocals: Original Broadway Cast of Hamilton Drum Programmer: Randy Cohen Synthesizer: Randy Cohen Bass, Keyboards: Richard Hammond Banjo, Guitar: Robin Macatangay Programmer: Scott Wasserman Producer: Tarik Trotter Mixer: Tim Latham Masterer: Tom Coyne Writer: Christopher E. Martin Writer: Khary Kimani Turner Composer, Lyricist: Lin-Manuel Miranda Auto-generated by YouTube.
this took forever but worth it lmao rant: -YEAH THEY USE SHOTGUNS WHAT WAS I THINKING -actually I know what I was thinking. I was thinking "I can only find references with modern guns and my hand hurts" -burr's bullet uses the "morphing" tool but it only works with simple shapes. so i set the first keyframe as the circle (bullet facing towards you) and then the pointyish shape (bullet flying to right of screen) and it just MAGICALLY smooshed it together and i was like WOAH...but if you try it with the full figure it messes up since it can't tell what the edges of the shape are anymore -Nathaniel Pendleton's whobble is fun! even though it breaks the mood. just a bit. -oh yeah tell me your thoughts if you want!
The duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr on July 11, 1804.
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Their bitter rivalry is the stuff of legends, but the Hamilton-Burr duel was all too real. After decades of personal and professional disagreements, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr faced off in a fight to the death. But before they fired guns, they fought with words. Watch the the dramatization of the original letters exchanged between Burr and Hamilton just months before their violent encounter on the banks of Weehawken, New Jersey in July 1804. This faithful reenactment by actors from the American Historical Theatre was presented at New-York Historical Society as part of our Summer of Hamilton program in July and August 2016.
All the credit goes to Lin manuel Miranda, is a song of his from his musical "Hamilton". I ONLY own the drawings. It´s my first time doing an Animatic xD I hope you like it :) I'm obsessed with this musical! ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ziksua/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ziksua-Anime-Vika-268176656530545/ I used the Paint tool sai and Sony vegas for the editing part. THANKS FOR WATHING! ♥