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Happy Clockday to all! This Viking here and I have with me the Where is the Love collaboration. It created by clocks, for clocks. And most of them have not even been here for a year (including myself). I have stressed over this collab for give or take, 3 months. And I am extremely proud of all the clocks who participated in this collab. All of them put top-notch effort into this movie. Their assignment was simple, your part must have one clock helping another clock. This created a chain of good events, and people helping around Clocktopia. I hope you enjoy this movie as much as I enjoyed creating it.

Reviews


Royboy192Royboy192

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 25, 2006

Cute.

It was cute with all the love stuff. good job.


BigSmellyViking responds:

Thanks, I thought they did a great job also.


LotusClockLotusClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 16, 2006

I shouldn't have missed out on that one.

I had heard of the collab being made, but I didn't take part in it, eventhough I knew it was going to be something great. Making a movie about the Clocks helping each other out of trouble shows that Clocks really are about love. Some of these parts are actually moving.

The music gets a little choppy when the movie switches parts. Maybe it would have been better to put mute parts over an entire sound file so the music flows perfectly from one part to another.

Thanks Flashlight and Loki for the cameos. I know I don't deserve those yet, being a noob and all. I liked the part where I summon LeafClock.


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XalyxXalyx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 16, 2006

From someone who doesn't understand the Clocks..

This flash work was amazingly done. Magnificent in the least. I never really understood the Clocks' purpose on Newgrounds but now I definently see. If most of the work done on Clocks on Newgrounds is like this then I have let some brilliantly executed flash-work slip my eye. You guys have really outdone yourself with this one. This might get favorited but..I don't know. You even get plus points for doing a Collaboration to my favorite Black Eyed Peas song..Great job you guys. Glad to see the loving side of the Clocks. I loved a few select scenes but I'll always remember that ending. That was hot..Good job on that Stoopid and Zipstyke. I love how animators put their name somewhere in the flash to isolate their work also..Just a sense or pride or some word I can't think of right now. Anyway, great job Clocks. You deserve your score.

Recommendation: Very High

Thumb Rating: d('.'d)

*Excellent Collaboration Award*


BigSmellyViking responds:

To answer your question, there are alot of clocks who work very hard in flash and can make even better peices of work. Like Let it B. But to every light, there is a dark. Some clocks may work hard, but some get enjoymeny in pissing people off at Newgrounds. And thank you for the high recommendation. It really means alot to me.


deadbowserdeadbowser

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 16, 2006

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that was really good. iy was done in an interesting way and the parts from diferent animators just went strait on where as most colabs i've seen there mostly seperate.


BigSmellyViking responds:

Yes, I am not too fond of disorganized collabs. I feel that structure makes the message stronger.


SpikeTheSpikerSpikeTheSpiker

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 16, 2006

Was good

It brang a tear to my eye


BigSmellyViking responds:

That really means alot to me.