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come and indulge in this cinematic representation of one of the deepest and most beloved tales of mankind, an epoch that has truly shook the realms of time and space itself. released on daily day 4

a man struggles to create the most difficult and esteemed form of animation on the planet - the tween. will he make an object move across the screen? only time will tell

if you're still confused here is a basic synopsis: A GUY TRIES REALLY HARD TO DO SOMETHING REALLY SIMPLE LIKE MAKE A THING MOVE ACROSS THE SCREEN IN FLASH. alriiiiight woo

Reviews


FoxyPheonixFoxyPheonix

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 8, 2012

ROFL we are too dependent of tech. XD i love it.....



ztkmarioztkmario

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 25, 2011

wtf

he died after all that?!?!?!?!?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!1!



demonbiker97demonbiker97

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 22, 2011

I still die laughing

It's too bad nobody understands this any more, it gets me every time lmao

Explanation:
In the old software for making flash videos (way before adobe bought them) It was difficult to create motion tweens, and you used them often. Even once you learned to do it mistakes were common. But, man, your first successful tween felt exactly like this video shows (and it didn't even look good once you'd done it). SUCCESS!



soradarksoradark

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 7, 2011

wow

ok???????



ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 25, 2011

A bit funny

There wasn't much action in this, but it was still something interesting to watch. This is easily the highest rated thing that ever had TheStarSyndicate name on it. I'm not sure what they did, but it's nicely done. It tells you what it's like for people to put so much effort in flash animations. Gee, I would hate to see what this guy is like when he animated the full depiction of Mario and everything. That music and scene simply never gets old.

I liked how there was so much detail put into everything he did. I did think it was a bit too silly to depict an entire flash like that. There were a bit too many closeups of the computer screen. Of course, given the outcome of this scenario, it probably set up the best tension it could. I hope my review is as epic as this cartoon.