To show a Japanese emoticon is rolling, you have to make a series of text faces. You begin by showing a face looking forwards. Next, have the emoticon flip on it’s side before rolling onto it’s head. Then, you need to show it is flipping back onto it’s side before landing right up again. You will have to use a mouth that can be shown in all three positions in order for these other action emotes to look good.
|(._.) ( l: ) ( .-. ) ( :l ) (._.)|
|三(‘ω’)三( ε: )三(.ω.)三( :3 )三(‘ω’)三( ε: )三(.ω.)三( :3 )|
Running in Circles
Again, to run in circles, an emoticon has to be shown in several different positions. The different between these running in circle emotes and the rolling over emotes is simply in the positions the text face passes through. This one always stays right up on its feet and includes showing us it’s back view. Just exclude the face to get the effect of a back view.
|ヽ(｀Д´)ノ (д´ノ) ヽ( )ノ (ヽ´△) ヽ(´△`)ﾉ|
|ヽ(´∇´)ノ (∇´ノ) ヽ( )ノ (ヽ´∇) ヽ(´∇`)ﾉ|