I'm going to have to give you an Official Warning as tracing and claiming art as your own is against the art forum rules.
I have some friendly advice I hope you consider as I myself am an artist who is still learning and trying to improve.
Jiesi wrote:Only whats complicated and that I can't feel out on my own.
You should know that if you always rely on tracing, you are hindering yourself in learning how to draw more complicated scenes. If you instead use a pose as reference and try to sight draw it, you are learning. Eventually you will be able to know where to place lines with practice.
Jiesi wrote:I have no experience and no help.
It takes time to improve artistic skills. I've seen your art where you haven't traced and I see you have talent. Tracing isn't a quick fix and to be honest I could tell your animation was heavily traced. I even recognize the episodes you traced from.
If you are able to, try taking drawing classes. I see you mentioned elsewhere that you have but failed as you weren't willing to listen to the instructors. You have to learn the basic rules before you can alter them.
Jiesi wrote:If I could pull off a complex seen like that I'm quitting my job and work in an awesome studio. which is something I'd like to eventually do since I think they make more money, and I'd be so much happier.
Animation is a tough job to get as it is highly competitive. You need to go to school to learn and even then many students do not graduate and only a handful of graduates get hired. Getting work as a 2-D animator is even less likely because most traditional animation is done overseas. SWAT Kats was animated overseas. More computer animation is done here in the States. I've heard the pay is good but the environment is stressful. Animators work long hours (50-60 per week) and are pushed to get work done as quick as possible.
Thing is, tracing isn't the way to go to learn how to animate. It can be a useful tool for experienced artists, but I wouldn't recommend it as a learning tool.