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Jan 25, 2009 | 3:19 PM EST

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Author Comments

This is my first flash project, so please don't kill it! >__ I made it both for fun and for a school project using Adobe Illustrator to design the characters and backgrounds.

Song: Electroworld by Perfume

Note: Yes, he runs and walks weird. It's the gravity in the flash world that does it.

Electroworld (c) Perfume

Edit: Ayeeee, the music isn't synced. T__T
Edit Edit: Yay!! I think it's better now.

Reviews


SpifferificSpifferific

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm speechless. (Luckily I can type!)

That was pretty awesome! It was simple, cute, and pretty well made. I also love the track you used to go along with the video. It was very imaginative. Surprisingly great quality for a first-time project!

Kudos to you!



Vader-07Vader-07

Rated 5 / 5 stars

First flash??

What will your second be like, then??? That was awesome!


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Chaos-PhoenixChaos-Phoenix

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow!

I really like the song (catchy), and the visauls were simple but charming. Great flash!


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WoadraidersWoadraiders

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great

Wow, that was really good, especially for your first submitted animation (i liked your trees especially)


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ProottalfainProottalfain

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great!

For a first flash, this is definitely good material! And for the music, set it to "stream" instead of event. What it does is "glue" the music to the timeline, so each bit of the song stays clung to its frame. "Event" just glues the beginning of the song to the first frame and the rest of the song just plays no matter on which frame it is. So when a part of the flash plays slower (read: lag), the song continues at its own speed, while the video plays slower for a bit. When it's on stream, the video is forced to follow the song. So when a part is slower, it might skip a frame to keep up with the song.