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The Stick Series - ep5

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Sep 27, 2007 | 2:51 AM EDT

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In this episode i was playing around with the v-cam and working out how it could be used, i had some trouble syncing the sound but that should be okay now...

I'm gonna begin working on an some other projects i just wanted to get this done because its always fun for me.

I'm hoping you'll like this one better than the rest of the series but who's to say...

Anyway enjoy.

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shadow1124shadow1124

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good, but could use some work

I liked this movie, but there are a few things that need improving on:
- make it longer
- a background would be nice, as plain white isn't visually appealing
- make the animation a little more fluid

Good idea, needs a little polishing.

Oh, and the beginning song is not by James Brown (nor is it by Earth, Wind, and Fire), it's by Edwin Starr (or so iTunes says).



remy42420remy42420

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good beginning attempt.

It had a fair amount of different things I saw you were trying to use together. I think a wall walk would be a good add-in right after the second knife is thrown and of course speed it up more than the jump. Good attempt, look forward to more.



sirlaughalot1sirlaughalot1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not James Brown

As a US marine who fought in "Desert Storm," and is old enough to know: James Brown did not record this protest song about Vietnam. I am concerned that you have been mislead. The song was released by a band naned Earth, Wind, and Fire. The lyrics were written by another Vietnam veteran named Edwin Starr. I doubt you give a fuck, but that's the truth. Bush has told all presidential candidates how to keep the current war rolling. Are you joining the war effort here, or are you all pussified, fucking little chicken hawks? BTW, you are welcome for all the fighting I did to protect the rights you are now enjoying. Supposedly. Care to jump in the "adventure we call "Iraq"? Stick men are so cute when they die. Real humans are a bit different. I gave you a 7 for the quality of your submission. I gave you a 4 on the submission vote.


neon8100 responds:

HAHA, I'm not american but thanks for the review?


LochsleyLochsley

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Ha ha!

Most of it was great! Some things needed improvement, like:

+ Some of the motions where slow, and dragged on for longer than needed. Also, some of the animation wasn't realistic (not saying stick figures normally are) like after the really cool Matrix like slow motion jump, there was a punch which I found ruined it. If you could make that faster, maybe?

+ Another thing, was some effects like gradients and really bright colours ruined some of the stick figures. Don't get me wrong - it's heaps better not having to try and figure out which stick figure is which as they are all black. But, they were hurting my eyes!

Other than them, great movie! I want to see moar plox.



5OclockShadow5OclockShadow

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not great,

But ok. The main problem I felt was that if you are going to do a stick movie you should probably do the animation to a higher standard, more fluid. Other than that, it was a pretty entertaining flash.

P.s. James Brown?!? You need an education in the Funk, that's Edwin Starr