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Give to many who loved me, I desired to share my best memory with you.
This was as good, if not better than your teddy bear in the night amusement park flash. Bravo!
I always love to see something on newgrounds that has no violence or stuff like that, like the other guy said flashes like this are a treat I think that because I love fresh ideas like these without killing, blood, and all those other things. Great job, no exelent job.
stunningly good artwork my friend, great job, the music was very well picked out as many have said so far, I cant seem to find any calm music for my flash, it's annoying me, but you did a great job with the semi transparency of her and the way you made it so the white didn't come off as cheesy or anything (like the whitish grass when she's walking in the field thing) make more
I have to admit that these flashes are truly a welcome change from the sprite films and endless violence that are common with Newgrounds.
I loved the serenity of the opening sequence and the begining music was well selected. I felt as if she was in paradise, but at the same time she was in misery due to loneliness. A wonderful paradox that was well conveyed in this opening of the flash.
Unfortunatly, the ending devolved from the beauty of the begining to create something almost like a greeting card. The "whistle music" and sappy message seemed disconnected from the lovely opening, all that seemed to be missing was the email address entry.
In the end however, I did like this flash, not as much as I wanted to but, I did like it.
Excellent piece of Art
Smooth animation, a moving piece that must have required alot of patience, time and effort to be this beautiful. I always wondered what tips and techniques you used for the visuals. I need more practice in creating art on the computer. = )
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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