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Zoom Out

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rated 3.37 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Experimental
Tags:
space
earth
science
classical

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Uploaded
Dec 20, 2006 | 3:33 PM EST

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Author Comments

This flash is a journey which will take you from the smallest components of matter to the unfathomably large. Please watch the whole movie as the ending attempts to answer one of life's greatest questions: "What is the meaning of the universe?" (How many other flashes can promise that kind of ending?)

*Update*
Although I've made 3 (or 4 depending on how you look at it), movie since this one Zoom Out remains to hold a special place in my heart. I can almost guarantee you'll enjoy this quick little adventure. If you'd be so kind as to leave a review I'd be greatly appreciative. Sometimes I still toy with the idea of remaking this movie, so your review may actually be very helpful too me. Enjoy!
-Ox Sox

Reviews


MutantspiderMutantspider

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A perfect 10 for the music.

I laughed at the space ship there and it was a mini universe? How clever, it started from a little cell and ended up great! Good job.


OxSox responds:

Thanks for the review and favoriting me. I always thought Zoom Out was a bit under appreciated myself. Keep a look out for my next animation too, hopefully I'll be releasing one in a month or two, although it's a bit preliminary to say right now.


IceDragon64IceDragon64

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very good but could be better.

I would like to work on this one with you becuase its SUCH a good idea, the music is a perfect choice and has some good art.
Once we get the Dragon thing right, lets move in on this one and get a score worthy of our joint ability. Simple art improvements could help a lot- the fish eye, the galaxy etc. Keep the PM I sent.


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ottermaniacottermaniac

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loved it

I'm giving it 9/10 and voting 5. This is not only incredibly origional it must have took you a while to make. I just love the idea behind it all. I hope it does well, you deserve it!


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unclepatunclepat

Rated 3 / 5 stars

lol

that rocked. U FORGOT THE MITOCONDRIEA!! in the cell

but why did a universe get second place? he/she like created life


OxSox responds:

The mitochondrion where represented by the yellow/orange blobs that where floating around the cell. Drawing mitochndria isn't my forte, so sorry if it was unclear.


HeadAboveTheCloudsHeadAboveTheClouds

Rated 4 / 5 stars

School!

Lol that was like watching a "fun" show of biology or science. i couldn't help but laugh, im sorry, it was good though because i can't say i ever saw a flash do what your did so successfully, good job.