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Jason vs Aliens - Part 3

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Jan 13, 2006 | 12:12 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place January 14, 2006

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In crystal Lake everyone can hear you scream - wow my first award, I didnt think it would do this well. thanks for all your votes and Ill try and make part 4 as quickly as I can. Well here it is after 6 months wrk its finally here. Jason vs Aliens part three, ive decided to make a 4th part so the story dont end her. please watch the first 2 parts first



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent continuation...

I can't believe Jason lost the first round. Great fight. You should of directed AvP. Can't wait for the next part. Keep up the great work.

Crossover-Films responds:

well everyone was saying that jason is gonna kick ass, so I thought the alien should get a lucky shot


Rated 5 / 5 stars


dude this is an amazing flash defintily goin into my favs


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well worth the wait!

Great flash, the animation really keeps getting better each episode!
Can't wait for episode 4!

Crossover-Films responds:

thanx dude:)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've been waiting


I've been waiting for this for ages!

Crossover-Films responds:

lol, u could have been waiting longer, but i decided to cut part 3 short and submit it today, glad u liked it


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice execution!

It was a well done movie. You should be proud. I hope you don't mind if I offer some constructive criticism. First of all, that "mist" layer you kept up on your stage for the entire animation seemed as diminish the overall production of your movie. I've never seen a patch of mist that streched on horizontal parallel to one another. A single linear layer with a grayish, semi-transparent bottom and a fully transparent top would have been a more realistic choice. But in either case, the fact that I was looking at the same patch of fog/mist for the entire movie, no matter where the camera angel was, did lower viewing experience. A new mist object for every newly introduced scene would have kicked ass.

On another note, it wouldn't have hurt to optimize your music to a slightly higher frame rate seeing as you had ample memory to do so. But other than this, it was a very well done movie. It had a very Hollywood feel throughout it's presentation.

Crossover-Films responds:

thanks for the constructive criticism. I was waiting for somebody to mention the fog, it was just an experiment by me and my brother to create a little atmosphere in the cartoon. I have now taken the mist out now and the overall movie looks better, if I can come up with a better way to do mist I will add it to the movie, thanks again