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Frame Experiment

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rated 3.54 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Experimental
Tags:
fbf
red
lines
transformation

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Uploaded
Jun 19, 2006 | 1:24 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This is an experimental art style, tell me what you think and if I should use it in a full animation. Also, I chose not to add sound, so please leave no comments on that fact.

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great!

A nice and simple FBF nimation! Good graphics, smooth animation and nice artworks as well. Can't get much better than this, keep up the good work!

-cd-



xxZeexxxxZeexx

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Heehee.

i liked it. simple. pleasing to the eye. upon reading the review about "take on me", i went and watched the movie. i have to disagree to the resemblence. then again, i'm rather ignorant to flash movie styles.

but i like this style. whether or not it's been done before. i especially liked your use of a black-line person and a red...uh...line... nice contrast.

what is it with people and no sound? i swear. this is going to become annoying. just a little bit of music livens up a movie so much. music. love it. embrace it. use it.

i liked the cat.

-zee



shvetzshvetz

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cool style if more work was put in

I agree that this looks like "Take On Me" by Ah-ha, but its still a cool style. I think if more detail was put into it, you could make a nice visualistic flash. I guess "Take On Me" was done in pencil though, so putting that level of detail in (and that number of frames/frame rate) would be difficult, but I say go ahead, I like it.



LordTontoLordTonto

Rated 2 / 5 stars

um..

This felt alot like the video for "Take on Me" except that I didn't enjoy it much. I know you were just looking for opinions on the animation style, but as a whole I just didn't enjoy it. As for the style, it seems like it's done right, as long is you aren't claiming you invented that style, i say go ahead and use it in an animation, you can only go up from here.



crapwarecrapware

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Experimental art style? Um, no.

What you did is, with little doubt, rotoscoping (in your case: tracing an animation).

I hope you're not trying to claim credit for more than you're due.