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Chrono Theatre- Say What?

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Uploaded
Mar 13, 2007 | 10:48 PM EDT

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This a quick project I put together in a few days. The animation is based on a webcomic by Yi Guan (aka Gyad) and Ryan Hunter.

Good for a quick laugh. Enjoy. :)

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Hamy-jamyHamy-jamy

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Liked

Well im guessing that the joke was more for people that have played the game to understand, i still found it alittle humorous but overall didn't get it fully. Chrono being on fire was funny so props for that but i thought that you made this way too short in duration, it was over before i could get into it. The way you set it up was good though, i would only change the speech bubbles as it didn't seem to fit the theme properly. Music was well chosen, a nice bubbly tune. Overall the length was all that really concerned me.

~H-J~



PieSeXualPieSeXual

Rated 3 / 5 stars

For a sprite movie, this isn't too bad...

I have quite a strong dislike for sprite flashes, why? Because it shows the animator has quite the lack in actual animation talent - hence the zero for graphics. On the other hand you actually managed to make the flash amusing, unlike most sprite flashes. Also to your credit is the fact you didn't have voiced characters and stuck with text and the funky music. I believe you were right in keeping it this way to feel more "gamey" [the reason for a 7 for style, as opposed to nothing]. All in all its nothing overly special, but it puts a smile on your dial so it isn't all that bad.



bizerkdrag0nbizerkdrag0n

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It was okay...

You might want to make it longer and maybe voice acting, but its up to you. By the way the flash was pretty good.


Cloud-Orion responds:

Thanks for the advise. However, this was not meant to be long or voiced. First of all the game it is based on contains no voices. Also, this is based on a webcomic, so each "episode" would be short. If the comic's creator feels like continuing his comic, then I might make it into a side project and incorporate greater depth.

However, this is in no way my main focus. This is sort of a side project to do in my free time. When I get some seious free time, I will most likely continue making quality flashes with a strong storyline. The only serious flash I've done was Ciel's Remorse. The rest are smaller side projects to do either for practice or for fun.

Well anyways, thanks for the input.