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Jan 15, 2004 | 12:43 AM EST

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a short, dedicated to kol

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PRINCEALBRT69PRINCEALBRT69

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

could be longer

overall i loved it but it could be a lil longer with alot more killing in it


Livecorpse responds:

yeah dude definately. 10 deaths would have made this pwn
thx for the feedback


NickTossaNickTossa

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hey, not bad!

it was much better than i expected. when i saw the preloader of the street scrolling past i thought 'dear god, another movie of a guy walking down the street with his dick hanging out,' but no! you proved me wrong! a nice change to random, senseless violence. keep up the good work.


Livecorpse responds:

heh yeah no turd of the week attempts this time bud
Random senseless violence works!


MI4-REAL-2001MI4-REAL-2001

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Bang!

Keep up the good work.


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Livecorpse responds:

i sure will dude
<3


magicsaltmagicsalt

Rated 4 / 5 stars

keepin' on

LC, yer animation skills keep getting better and better with each flash.
I like how you rendered the characters in this one--the light and dark colors give nice depth making them interesting to look at.
Great cinematics here, too. My favorite scene is the jet in the moving sky while dude lights the cigarette and then the pannings. Also the close up of the gun just before the final shot is cool--great break away from the scene to focus in on the impending shot. I like it!I like it!
The only thing I might suggest is try fading in and out of the music with each scene rather than just cutting out.
Great stuff, man!! Keep on evolving.


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Livecorpse responds:

Wow great feedback once again mr.magicsalt! Helpful advice to consider. thats what makes ng great
K dude ill work on the music fade, its so easy to put in that its worth the little effort.
well iull talk to ya on messenger hopefully


MPAMPA

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I always know your flash right when I see it..

Helpful hint (maybe)
It wouldn't take much more time to make walking look a touch more real. (talking about the stiff legs) Make the leg two parts. Above the knee and then below. Keep the same animation you have for above the knee. Then just swivel (i think that's the word i'm looking for) the below part back until the farthest of each step, then on the way down swivel it back to a straight (stiff) leg. Let me know if this makes any sense. It's alot less work than it sounds.


Livecorpse responds:

hey good adivce. hopefully ill remember the leg swivel thing next time.
smell ya later