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Dec 16, 2007 | 11:48 AM EST

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This was a project that ran in early Autumn but kind of faded out with all the shenanigans that i get myself into. Anyway the concept of this was fairly simple, one artist animates a chunk then passes it on to the next one, the next artist has to find a way to pick up from where the previous artist left off and then add his own spin to it. Its a snowball effect if you will.

It's pretty short and sweet, i'll try and get a few more of these going next year on a semi-regular basis.

Special thanks to anyone that took interest in the project, specially my pal The-Swain.

The audio for anyone wondering is called the Tritsch-Tratsch Polka, by Johann Strauss Jr.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Cool idea, nice animations...I think it's amazing how once you become good enough at flash, your animation style reaches a certain standard--despite the fact that I KNEW these were different animators, it all looked like the same person.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

cool collab

I really like these kinds of collaboration, they are super fun to do. To those who were involved, goodjob!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


But not too awesome.
I just felt that it needed something.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I almost contributed.

Hehe, I almost contributed to this, but now seeing the competition it would've been quite impossible to get accepted, glad I gave up =D

Also, I thought it was going to blend in more smoothly, but meh, perfection doesn't exsist and isn't necessary.

I like it. Maybe I won't give up with the next installment.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Turned out brilliantly.

All the authors synched the action brilliantly to the music and I loved the fast-paced action.

I don't know whether I preferred the fast transitions at the start (specially loved the rainbow-spew) or the fuller humour/narrative towards the end but there wasn't a dull moment and the exclusion of colour turned out brilliantly.

My only slight niggle might be that I'd have preferred a focus on either the surreal transitions of the start or the humour near the end - both brilliant but maybe a focus on one element ould make it stronger? I dunno.

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