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Stellar

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Uploaded
Jun 22, 2001 | 5:44 PM EDT

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This is my 2nd submission ever. Its a long load, so please be patient. Yall can Vote and review too so... =p
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DeathsHeckDeathsHeck

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsome

dude the song made me cry half way thro the video and i liked the star ships ;0 *sniff*



jovemanjoveman

Rated 1 / 5 stars

I agree with the last person

It confuses the people watching. It really didn't have a piont either.



CaoCaoCaoCao

Rated 1 / 5 stars

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I assume you named this animation Stellar because of the song by incubus, but i hope you realize that you didnt even use stellar. You used one of their other songs, Drive as the music.
you just got the program and your experimenting, right?


Mensagraduate responds:

yes, i am aware, i used the song Drive by incubus, and the movie is named Stellar and there is also another song by incubus called stellar. I was gonna use this song for this flash, but i decided not to because Drive sound better. Though the reason i called this movies stellar instead of drive, because the flash is being taken place in a space backround and plot. It IS my 2nd submission ever and i only spent 1 and a half days on this, i dont have the patience of making a really good movie that takes an average person who uses flash more than a few weeks.


ParadigmShiftParadigmShift

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not half bad

Try to save space next time by not having an entire mp3 file as the background music. Maybe some looping background music or clips of various songs in a less space-eating format.
The plotline ran a bit slow, but I have a feeling you were trying to time it to the music you'd chosen, it would have probably felt less slow if some sound effects (even though there's no sound in space) were added, or even the voices of the pilots.
The graphics aren't bad for a beginner.. keep at it, you'll do well.


Mensagraduate responds:

Thanks for the info.
Im probably going to use loop music in future submissions, i have many problems by submitting movies with large files by importing mp3files as my backround music