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Jul 27, 2005 | 5:49 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place July 28, 2005

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haha old things



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

way to tangle

my guts

*insert personal impression stated as fact*


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great vid, but what I really loved was the music selection, a great Radiohead song, and a B-Side no less! Very awesome ;)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Omgodzords were u smokin crack lolz

dat was mesed up lolz that guy lol u r on crackks lol.

But seriously well done munglai, an innovative and pioneering flash set to the backing of a Radiohead song I havent heard which is very rare. All in all three thumbs up.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol funny

Hi Munglai.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lovin it!

Radiohead's great, fantastic choice for a music video. Since this is a rare song, you got much of there other stuff? I love it all!

Anyways, back to the animation. It was quite fluid, and you synced it up very well. I have but one question: How did you do it? What technique did you use to have the images overlay on another and flow to black and white so easily (Like the boxes floating over the buildings, so that they were always the opposite of whatever color they were on top of)?
Good Animation!

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Munglai responds:

I don't have any other rare stuff, I had to get this song from a friend's CD.

The negative black and white effect was done using masking. I had a white-on-black version of the background with the creature moving across it in black. Then I had the creature's motion copied onto a layer above that in white, which was masked by a negative copy of the background layer so that the white version only showed up whenever it was over the black parts.

Or something.