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Second half of the 19th century. The Poet struggles to live through his fiancée's unexpected death. He finds refuge in writing.
tsk tsk just couldnt controll himself, that was sad, but so beautifully made!
I loved this! To everyone who doesn't understand it... make your own conclusions! As with poetry, it's rare that anyone is able to fully understand what was in the poets mind at the time of writing. For me, I am going with the conclusion that this flash was about a man who lost his loved one and goes between his waking life and this dream life. What ever happens in the "dream life" i.e The woman with the scarf and the zombies, is basically a metaphor for what is happening to him in real life. Make sense now? I hope so.
It takes an 'outstanding' and well-crafted flash to have a significant effect on someone, and this is an example of that. An extremely passionate, emotional and powerful piece of what I would call art. I was so captured by the story that it didn't matter what the rating was, really. The style and graphics were excellent. The music supported the tone. The visuals were exciting and fast-paced in places with good contrast. Truly a very well done animation.
the dude talkes to her in the cemetary but there is no words to be heard, it has no replay button, most of the zombies have the same cut on their face as the dude gets on his face plus if a zombie or a skeleton had a cut it wouls either show on his bones or flash a dark color not a bright red, and the bottle at the end is going through the picture(at least i'm pretty sure). but besides that this video is awesome!!
Wow. I'm .. speechless. I don't know what to say. Aside from the brief nudity, I admire how you got the flash to be very fluid and the art didn't suck.
The artwork was AWESOME. I woulda like to give it a 437829673896, but they only let me pick a 10. n.n;
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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