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This flash is more of a collection of flashes I drew while listening to this song.
I watched it (2/5)
Graphics: I loved the graphics. They weren't the best, but they fit the movie so good (10/10)
Style: The style wasn't something new, and it wasn't something old either. You found a style that will never go out of style... it's casual, and theres nothing wrong with it, but nothing right about it either (5/10)
Sound: Perfect audio quality. Need I say more? (10/10)
Violence: There wasn't any violence, so this gets nothing (0/10)
Interactivity: 1 point for play (1/10)
Humor: Didn't laugh, didn't cry, didn't feel anything from this movie (0/10)
Overall: The best thing I liked about the movie was the graphics. They were very well done. Even though the style of the movie was average, the graphics brought up the score. Also, the song was good, but it's not really my style. I'm open to new things, but that doesn't mean I keep doing it. No violence, which you really don't need in my opinion. I liked the movie because it had this no nonsence kind of feel to it. What I really liked about this movie was that part of the verse shows up on the radio, and that was a nice touch. The movie was good, not great, but good. If you like advise, for future works, please try to move the animations along faster, because if you keep it the same for too long, people lose interest. It might also help your score.
As you can tell
...from the scores, I don't think that this was technically perfect or even particularly well-rendered in the usual sense. This is part of the reason why I like your flash so very much and have already watched it three times (and voted 5 ). You have a clear appreciation of the absurd and this quirky little flash shines because of it. I was immediately reminded by your style of the earliest music videos, way back when MTV was really about the music and the images on screen were there to help tell the story. You're an instinctive cinematographer and I suspect that you probably didn't know it until you created One Headlight. The audio was spot-on. The endearing rough-around-the-edges character of the animation fit your subject matter well and did justice to the song. I'd really like to see what you could create behind a camera, where you wouldn't be constrained by the limitations of graphic art. I hope you try it, someday. Bravo.
I liked it. The 2D effect was very well drawn out.
The only thing I didn't like was the timing. Parts were just too slow.
And the shape tween at the beginning. That was kooky.
Good. 5/5 for protection purposes.
as it goes, those were very very 2D fish. very. very.
After being exiled, the mysterious "Valdoros" must contend with home invaders
Tape One of a pixel animated Horror anthology series.
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