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Oct 27, 2004 | 11:38 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 28, 2004

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Author Comments

Not really that satisfied with it. Was still struggling with drawing techniques and storytelling when i made it. It became an important piece for the rest of my work though

Reviews


Liam-AlanLiam-Alan

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2004

People Suck, Great film

Loved the coloring. The buildings were awesome. It shows how shitty people can be.



insane-hickinsane-hick

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 1, 2004

Brilliant

This movie is awe-inspiringly, brilliant. I was astounded at not only the amount of detail, but how well that thought out it was. I give it a full 10, brilliantly done. Keep up the wonderful work.



anagogeanagoge

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 18, 2004

Brings out emotion.

When a Flash artist is capable of making the audience feel something, it's truly a job well done. You don't need immature humour and violence to make a great movie and you certainly prove this. Excellent stuff. Very, very good.



chaos-toonchaos-toon

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 29, 2004

Very touching

Nice sentiments. The thugs and the girl both showed that people have strong tendencies to reject and demean all they do not understand, or what is trivially different in appearance - regardless of their feelings towards them. That kinda sucks... a lot, but hey, people suck. Nice work :)



brainz80brainz80

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 28, 2004

Interesting style

Your style with mending watercolor pictures with animated flash stuff was one of the best I've still seen. Was the robot eg. handdrawn ??

The plot was a bit (according to me) cliche.


AloneInTheDark responds:

yes everything is handdrawn. I chose for the watercolour backgrounds, because that is a very common style to create an atmosphere in my study (i study architecture). Thought it would be kinda cool to practise that here, aye?