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Jan 25, 2005 | 7:56 AM EST

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Two kids at the shore fall in love with the surface of the water.



Rated 5 / 5 stars July 11, 2008


You always seem to pick out the best music for your flashes... Its always a cute story... Keep up the great work!!!!! Its always amazing and top notch!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars February 24, 2008


omg its jesuses kids!! they can walk on freakimg water thats awsome!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 16, 2006

Love it.

I really enjoy watching your animations. You're one of my favorite flash artists here. I love the style, originalitly, and mood of your art. And the music is great. Although I can't find the songs you use.

Anyway I really liked how your used the shades of blue so well and how simplistic yet beautiful it was.

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BlackmarketKraig responds:

Thanks so much. It's nice to hear that you liked it.

The song for this one is: "A Smile That Explodes" by Joseph Arthur, from the album "Our Shadows Will Remain." It's a very good album. =]


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 27, 2006



BlackmarketKraig responds:

Where? Get them out of the house!


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 12, 2005

Beautiful ;-)

I first noticed your work stood out on the Mad World compilation of artists thingy, as a few others on there did. So I went and checked them out, and here I am. =-D.

I loved the blue theme to it, it reminded me of Noir films but in blue, and blue being my favourite colour, this was beautiful :-D.

The animation was smooth, and as with most impressive animations on here, it inspires me to animate again, thankyou for this.

One thing troubling me, I cannot find this 'Your Name' song by Tricky anywhere :(, Although I did manage to find Joseph Arthur - 'A Smile that Explodes' from your Evolution animation, which was also very touching I must say...

Anyways, its 2am, and I have psychology essay to hand in at 12.15am, oops!!! lol. Better get started and stop watching your animations :P

Good Job!! :D

BlackmarketKraig responds:

Heh, yeah, thanks a lot! =)

For anyone else wondering (since I remember we talked about it) the song "Your Name" as performed by Tricky, is on the album "BlowBack" it was originally from the soundtrack to "Meet Me in St Louis" (called "Under the Bamboo Tree" with somewhat different lyrics, I imagine) but reinvented by Tricky, who does a lot of covers that are miles different from their original versions.

Thanks for reviewing and for the great score! <3