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Full name is Art Collab: Flash Playing Cards.
Anyway, this new art collab is the biggest one yet, bringing you 117 trading cards by over 30 authors. You won't need Yi-Gi-Oh any more.
The flash is by me (Sidorio) and the original idea was from Frozen-Fire. The remaining co-authors are people who did outstanding jobs and helped out with the collab.
Also, due to this being the biggest collab so far, I think it deserves it's own little section like The Red Line, Mount Newground, The Building and The White Line had. I mean it.
It's about five minutes long so clear your schedule.
Please submit this to Art Forum Collabs.
Well, you've given us a few bits and pieces here, which are passable, however, some of the other parts are the places where you fall down:
It's just a slideshow. With a slight difference in that we don't see the picture for a few seconds and then have it dissapear off screen.
The cards aren't even all the same size. I appreciate that it's a collab, but this is a fundamental mistake and doesn't look the best.
Personally, what I'd suggest you do is maybe make this into a game of some sorts, where you get to play these many cards which you have come up with. Possibly something along the lines of Trumps or the like.
[Review Request Club]
A game using these would be shit, seeing as they are all different. (Some have noobs points etc)
Not so good
There were a couple of well done cards that made me laugh. The music choice was good.
The first thing I noticed was that the tween that moved the cards across the screen was very chopy. Was this done in 12 FPS? Since the cards moved so chopily(is that a word?) it was hard to read alot of the text. And I know that there was a pause button but I woulden't want to disrupt the movie ever 2 seconds to read a paragraph, also the pause button was a layer behind the cards so It wasn't possible to pause it at all times. Another thing I noticed was that people just got a picture of google and put it on there cards without making any art at all. Some people drew something in paint. There should of been some quality control. Like I said before there were a few awesome cards but I can't say that for all of them. Another thing was that all the layouts of the cards were different. Many were different colors. This made it look sloppy.
A decent idea for a collab but not that good in my opinion.
~Review Request Club~
This is why I didn't ask you review my last piece.
Somewhat pointless, and I don't really understand what this was supposed to be. The pre-loader ws pretty ugly, from waht I saw the cards, save for a few, weren't that well-drawn. They were funny, though, some of them. Like the 'Old Man' card, lol. The music was okay, but the 'stop' button to stop the cards went behind the cards a lot of the time.
Anyway, it was an okay collab.
~ Review Request Club
Now I remember why I didn't ask the review request club to review my last pice of work...
It was a good collab but...
How could that badly drawn stick figure beat my Ralph Wiggum card! XPXPXPXPXP
Sorry, I think your card was in past the deadline.
i just randomly chose the rating thingys so ignore them. you should acually make a card game out of these and submit it.
What a retarded thing to do.
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