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EgoCity Chap I

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Apr 17, 2004 | 2:49 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place April 18, 2004

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Updated again: I finally had the time to reply some of your reviews. Part two is now around 6 mins long & will be coming out around early May.

Updated: Wow I can't believe I got 3rd place. Thanx for all who supported me. I feel like talking in some freak'n Oscar lol.

Like always, I suck on the voices but this is the first part of my mind-exploding thing but before I do that, I've to do that boring main idea part.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


The voices wasen't so much to brag about but story and drawings great nice keep up the drawing


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


The graphics were very well done but I was paying more attention to the superfast captions than the movie...since you can't really understand what they're saying. It could have been alot better with better mics or something.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

When i saw the laser i just thought "Hasta la vista!"


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Don't Complain

I'm sick of people like you bitching about them giving you a bad rating if they do just to start off. Second I'm sick of people using the music in from the matrix in thier presentations, its getingold and drawn out. I know how hard it is to create flash I've doneit before but thats no excuse for poorly drawn characters, the rest of your art is perfectally fine, then again it's all geometric, work on your natural shapes and smoothing it out. try doing it on paper first and yes I do know that what looks good on paper dosent nessecairily look good on a diferent medium but you had to draw all thoe characters anyway so practice with it. BTW someparts were really slow moving and had no point to them beingin there. Also don't even get on me for not having any submissions here, if I had the money and time you can bet I would put something up.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

What just happened?

Too fast. The key to great filmmaking is artistically created scenes and slow meaningful sequences, not a single blur of frenetic action flicks linked by screen effects.