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Arrogancy: Chapter 3 (SV)

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Feb 28, 2002 | 9:21 PM EST
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Author Comments

First things first - I was recently laid off! If anyone knows of any open illustrator or graphic design, etc. positions, please let me know! Now, on with the description:

This is the "small version" of Arrogancy: Chapter 3. The full version is too large to place on this site - Tom said he'd do it manually later. However, I decided to upload this more "accessible" version for modem users.

This version is lacking lip syncing and voices. The full version is available on my site.

In the third episode, the story and animation evolves even more. It's around 5 minutes long. Uh...that's about all I can say.

Warning: For those of you that come here to strictly see random violence with an overabundance of blood, naked dress up pictures, and stickmen shoot em ups with backgrounds exported from Swift 3D - you won't find it here, so don't download this and then give me a zero because it wasn't what you wanted to see. This is the third part of a continuing series, so you may be lost if you don't view the other two first.

See if you can find spots for the following NG movies in this episode:

Xiao Xiao
Work It
Pico 2



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dam good

now the normal newgrounder probly wouldn't like the slow pace of this or the main characters kickin everyone's ass but it has more of a 007 feel to it. Everyone likes 007 and it has a perfect balance of action, suspense, and the occasionly witty remark. Like yours. nuff said


Rated 4 / 5 stars

good motion and realisim Fx can't wait to see the rest kind of reminds me of danger girl series


Rated 4 / 5 stars


love the nudes could be longer thoe

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


It took me a while to notice but you use a lot of tweening. This is very comic book style in a way. Each shot is a pose and it's not very animated. That put me off a bit. I know it takes drastically longer to do things with more frame by frame drawing in certain scenes but if you incorporate it a bit more into your FIGHTING scenes (the most interesting ones) you'll make it exponentially better. All in all I gave this movie an 8 (even without voice actors anymore). Nice work.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

For the small version, a great job

I think I might have liked the small version better because it lacked the voices. The music was decently done, especially since you did it yourself, Loved the retrievers, and the fight scenes were much improved. Keep this up.