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Nov 30, 2008 | 12:39 PM EST

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All Your Life is a dream-like animation following a man with a mathematically geometric head, and no hands. He finds a beautiful statue, which brings him down.

This was made in Flash CS3, in like a few hours altogether. I appreciate you.

Reviews


Bow-1988Bow-1988

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 15, 2011

Very intersting indeed

Hello again
ok where do I start? Ahh yes, I find that the music you play in this flash is very nice but not only that, it macthes what the flash is about "All Your Life"

Now the reason for this is that we are constantly falling (as depicted with the man)even before and after we were born.

So each time you wacth it you find differnt meanings in the flash but beside all this I still love wacthing your work of art.

I must say you show diffent conscepts as an artist and you show people different meanings each time we look at your work.

So keep it up I will look forward to seeing more of your work as you develope more outstanding work of art



LenardNotLennyLenardNotLenny

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 15, 2009

Nice

this is really cool. i love the music.


qstorm responds:

Thanks man...and thanks for the fav, too.

The music is Sufjan Stevens. He's kinda a God, it would be worthwhile to check out if you haven't already heard him. No matter what genre(s) of music you're into

:)


JectoonsJectoons

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 30, 2008

: O!

Awkward



kaelonlloyd1kaelonlloyd1

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 30, 2008

I like it

It was good and entertaining , but was the penis in the eye necessary ????


qstorm responds:

:3

..yes


Alter-nativeAlter-native

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 30, 2008

Poor Poor Mr. Polygon-Head

This is probably one of those kinds of entries with deep philosophical content that delves into the recesses of man's inner subconciousness and his psychological mysteries of his human condition of which I may never quite understand. Though the animation nevertheless, was well done, and the cradlish music fits too. I give some praise for the use of squiggley lines on clothing to give the illusion of wind resistence when a character is falling in the air. So let me get this straight, he falls into the sea, touches an armless stone mermaid with his stump arm, and evaporates? Well, hmmm.... hmmmm.... "Hmmm..." sums that up pretty nicely.


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qstorm responds:

Thank you for leaving the only non-retarded review here (ie more than two lines)

Ha, it's more or less a generic love story (under layers of metaphors and bluish tint) than a deep philosophical concern. It does question the human psyche though...mainly because I don't care for most humans :p