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Oct 24, 2008 | 3:22 PM EDT
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UPDATE 1/11/12

The first details have finally been announced about the upcoming second and third episodes of the Fallen Angel series. The information can be found at my new blog (URL below). You can expect some big changes to come to the FASeries site in the upcoming weeks as more info about the new episodes is revealed.


Euphoric Creations presents...

Part One

Over four years in the making! Today marks the completion of the most extensive and ambitious film project I've ever attempted... the first official episode in the Fallen Angel animated series!

Due to the episode's large size, it has been split into three sections. To see the other parts, click on the "Related Submissions" menu on the left side of this screen.

I sincerely hope you all enjoy the film. Let me know your thoughts!




Rated 5 / 5 stars

beutifully done

the wait was worth it!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Waiting was worth it!

Yeah, it really was worth waiting for it all the time since the teaser.
I find it nice to see recent events of world politics included, in combination with the great atmosphere and outstanding animation it's a real masterpiece!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

what i think

really great work so im giving it a 10/10.. i just like how she looks in the teaser though.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was extremely epic.

The last flash I saw which elicited that kind of reaction (shock, awe, ect.) was Waterlollies, and that was on a different level. But what you've done is craft an incredibly good exposition for whatever comes next.

My only critique is the gas, i'm pretty sure the cost between grades wouldn't be a dollar. Probably around 10-20 cents like we have it now. But i'm sure the base cost would still be extreme, which is what you were attempting to show regardless.


Rated 5 / 5 stars