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This is a project that has taken up a bit of my class time for over two years. The result? Blood, Guns, Choppers, and Bikes.
this is awesome
Thanks! Though I wonder where to go from here...
Nice work, but no need for the speed lines in the back.
what!? but that's what makes it gritty and simple! I'll never get rid of them! NEVER!
goood a lot
but two years... i complete junk and go to class and spent all my time on my flash and it take maybe a day I dont sleep and do a pretty freakin decent job if i say so myself...
but well done dude!!!
and actualy good graphics!!!!
job well done!!!
I SALUTE YOU FELLOW NEWGROUNDER!!!!
*im a friggin nerd =Z*
Thanks! Glad someone finally mentioned my preloader!
And what can I say... I'm a slow learner at flash, and I wasn't a COMPLETE slacker in class. I still had to pretend to be worker whenever the teacher came round.
well i think it was slightly pointless adding in the wind affects (scribbles) and you have waisted a bit of time by having them fire their guns constanly, even when its not pointing in the right direction, but it wasnt bad graphics, or animation, the cigar smoke and the blood splatter were very good, but it took slightly long for them to hit the ground, also they went from falling off a building in the city to falling into a desert.....what!?!
and the air fight was pretty cool!
Hey! I wasted a damn good portion of my lesson time on those scribbles! Also, yeah I kinda cheaped out on the constantly shooting thing.
And the whole city into the desert thing was a bit too far-fetched...but in a Family Guy sort of way..I hope.
Fernando's side project interferes with Gooseman's plans for the business.
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