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May 24, 2005 | 1:30 PM EDT

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Spider-Man was created in 2000 as a portfolio piece, two years prior to the release of the live action film. Keep in mind that Flash cartoons designed for the web in 2000 needed to have small file sizes. Thus the limited character animation. Spider-Man is just over half a megabyte.

You can see some examples of my fuller traditional animation at my website www.colbybluth.com.

Reviews


Hey-YouHey-You

Rated 2 / 5 stars

i didnt care for it

it was descent but i didnt really like it, i think it was the sound that did it, i just didnt like the music and sound effects, also, i would think a pumkin bomb would do more damge to a window



triRifttriRift

Rated 2 / 5 stars

meh

You know I have to be honest, I really was not impressed. You have some GREAT drawing and background effect abilites, but the animation itself...well i find myself asking "What animation?" The entire movie was just still images being tweened around the canvas. The only animation I saw was the spark on the bomb, and the explosions. Otherwise Anyone could have animated that with premade graphic images. Still I did love the background effects, those you aniamted well, though again, ALL TWEENING! Good effort though I must say.
-Shaun



muhammedalimuhammedali

Rated 2 / 5 stars

stooooopid

I think that this movie had a stooopid ending.



lewis170345lewis170345

Rated 2 / 5 stars

in the video spiderman is a chicken and i fought this would have more fighting this is a kids thing



BoxkittenBoxkitten

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Though it is drawn very well

it was lacking a LOT of stuff, such as your tweens became anoying and were easily visable. there was no voice acting, doesnt have to be but your can at least put some nice earthy sound effects. the whole tweening thing made you notice how completly stiff the characters were, they seemed like actions figures that were being moved about acordingly to tell a story, but they werent the story themselves.

also the length, if your going to do a spiderman movie, the length is crucial, even if you were just doing a battle/retreat scene it should have lasted a lot longer.

and finally there was nothing to keep me captivated it lacked finess, something that would make the users go OOO AHHH


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