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No offense to David Firth, here, but he could learn a lesson or two from this.
For a reanimation, this is past excellent. I like that you used the sound directly from the old flash rather than voiced it yourself. It wouldn't have worked with a new voice. Your style of art is just like the David Firth flash, so it seemed like it was from David Firth himself. Anything less and it would have filed dramatically. It was quite creepy, and the additions provided an overall feeling of despair that is akin to the original salad fingers movies. It's actually even better than the original.
It's very hard to explain what I mean about this next part, but I'll try my best. There is a feeling I'm familiar with that this flash gets very well. It's something that I've gotten from stuff like the old NES game Shadowgate, and from other games like Silent Hill. It's from a normal modern setting that's been let to be destroyed or disordered to the point that it's frightening. David Firth understood this well, and that's why he's so good at bringing out the emotion of fear in his movies. Your flash shows this feeling just as well. I like how it's done in this flash. Good work mate.
might I inquire about your spoons?
Very nice. Not as good as the original, in my opinion - there's something about the simplicity in Firth's animations that make them as odd and creepy as they are. I do commend you, though, on your obvious skill using flash, particularly with environmental lighting effects (i.e. dropping the spoon, the swinging light etc.), and since you stated that you were just putting your twist on the original and not trying to outdo it (since you're a Firth fan yourself) I've got nothing bad to say. Awesome job!! I'd love to see more of these =D
no devils pot of tea mulan. sweet vid
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