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Jun 30, 2004 | 9:55 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place July 2, 2004

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Here it is, my tribute to SNES SUPER METROID, everything drawn by me so enjoy!

Reviews


Gamepro777Gamepro777

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 1, 2004

I've seen this before...

Did you resubmit this? Or... is this someone else's?


Quimera responds:

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DannyPDannyP

Rated 3 / 5 stars October 15, 2007

Disappointing

Kind of slow, but pretty cool. The way it ended was disappointing.



kazuken-soratakazuken-sorata

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 30, 2004

two words: MORE DETAIL

its was good execpt for the fact that the battle scenes had little full body shots
i found that very annoying


Quimera responds:

Well, its kind of hard to draw samus, many details


blarg1blarg1

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 2, 2004

this was hard to follow

It was very difficult to watch this film because the art was a little unpolished and the scenes did not transition well from one to another. I went from watching what I think were IV tubes, to watching a burly suited man in a tank to watching a flying saucer land with nothing in between to explain what each scene was or how they were related.

For someone like me who has never played the game Metroid, this film is difficult to figure out. I felt like the bewildered man at the pictures in the Stephen Leacock story:

"Was the big man in the suit in fact inside the flying saucer? I wonder, oh yes he was - there he is getting out of it.... What are those? they look like alien crab legs scissoring very slowly back and forth....ah, I get it, it's the big man's legs...walking."

It might help if you were to create a storyboard to plan your animation so you make certain that it's clear how someone gets from point A to point B, and what, or who wwe are looking at.

Having picked this to pieces, I still think it was an ambitions and very promising animation. If you keep polishing your work, you should really go places.


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Quimera responds:

thanks for the tips, ill take it on consideration.


SneedzSneedz

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 1, 2004

Neh.

I've seen Better. Much better.


Quimera responds:

Which one? a metroid one? never, believe me, no one has a drawn one like this.