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Aug 2, 2008 | 11:12 PM EDT

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Hey guys, SaltyPeach here,

So I've been busy with collabs, but This must be the most time taker of all time, not animated wise, but Time taken Period.

So, I got nominated for T.O.F.A. (Tournament of Flash Artists) and had to battle my way up the ranks. This was the open round, the round where your animation decides either your in or your out.

The theme... was... origin of your name. I was like, "WTF". Should I tell them the truth? Or go crazy with it.

I went crazy with it.

Because I was in TIGHT(as a gay guys pants) schedule, I didnt have enough time to animate a fluid animation. So I came up with this.

Curse you Summer school *Fist Shake*

Of course, I made it to 2nd round, and I might get in to 3rd, so there are 2 more animation I have to put up. Maybe next week.

P.S. This is my first time with Ads, so lets see how it goes.

Reviews


EmanhattanEmanhattan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

it was good

more decent that all the stuff that has been sent today, your ridiculously exagerated salty peach commercial was funny.

and yes it is a friggin bitch to make an account in deviant art



CSanimationsCSanimations

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very good!

It's pretty random... but that's a good thing!



InsomniaticDarkInsomniaticDark

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol Vit-a-mens

vitamins A.I.D.S mmmm mmm


SaltyPeach responds:

Cant get enough of them?


EarthboundmotherEarthboundmother

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wouldn't you like to be a Salty peach, too?

Hell, yes I would. Loved it, great sound quality, thought it was mad awesome.
Later, peace. : )


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TheRandomDotTheRandomDot

Rated 4 / 5 stars

You Subconciously...

...demonstrated in your flash what Jakob Neilsen (the self-proclaimed web usability guru) calls 'Abusive Interface Design'. Instead of telling the user what's wrong, or that certain fields need to be formatted certain ways, the interface merely lets it be open-ended or provides obtuse error messages. So, the user tries and tries again, with the system providing little clue other than a slap in the face that something is wrong. Lazy programmers like to do this, because it saves time in development. But it adds tons of annoyance to the end user, to the point that some may not even use the site/product/whatever at all.

Nice flash.


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SaltyPeach responds:

What? and thanks. Care to explain what you just said? lol.