Posted January 09, 2019 05:11:07There’s a reason you see female dinosaurs in cartoons like Dinosaur Story and The Simpsons: They’re cute.
But, you know, they can be a bit scary.
Luckily, there are plenty of ways to make cute male dinosaurs cartoonable, and a couple of these ideas are already available on GitHub.
The first is the “Paw Print” animation.
In this animated cartoon, you can see a cute paw print and some kind of dinosaur, like a giraffe, that’s just trying to find its way home after its recent crash landing.
(Yes, the giraffe crashed.)
It’s a simple animation, but the paw print is a perfect fit for a male dinosaur that’s trying to catch its tail in a tree.
Here’s a better example of the Paw Print animation:It’s an awesome way to show off a cute, friendly, and friendly-looking male dinosaur.
The animators behind the Paw print have already released some cute female dinosaurs that can also be animated, so you should definitely check those out if you want to make them even more adorable.
Here are the other three paw prints that are available on this repository:Paw print: The cute, furry male dinosaur is looking for its tailThe Paw print is an old-school male dinosaur animation that is easy to make.
(It’s also the same animation used in this year’s Finding Nemo.)
It’s a quick animation, so it’s not exactly going to be as fast as the ones in Finding Nemos, but it’s still easy to create.
It’s also a great way to get rid of some of the awkwardness when animating female dinosaurs, like tail hair.
(See the Paw prints that aren’t on this page for more.)
The animation is a bit more complex than the Paw Pray one, and it needs some time to create, but I think it’s worth it if you’ve got a little spare time.
The second animation that’s on this repo is a cartoon that shows a cute dinosaur being chased by two birds.
This animation is pretty simple, too, and the animation itself takes only a few minutes to animate.
(You’ll also find it on this GitHub repo.)
The other animator who has created these cute male cartoon dinosaurs is Ryan Folsom, who you may know from his work as a writer on Adventure Time and The Adventure Zone.
The two animators also have their own YouTube channel, RyanFolsomAnimals.
They also have a GitHub repo, Ryanfolsomanimals, which contains several animator animations and animated short films.
The cute male animator, though, has a different idea: He wants to show you his dinosaur animation of a male bird.
The male bird, after all, is a female dinosaur, so why not make it a cute female dinosaur?
(He’s also looking for some male dinosaurs to make an animation of.)
Here’s an animated short of the male bird that you can watch if you’re a fan of male dinosaurs: