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Feb 13, 2009 | 8:47 AM EST

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Ugh, finally complete. It seems like it took forever to move the note a little bit . . . every. . . single. . . frame. . .

But, now here it is. A short movie that shows what it's like in a musical piece without life. A single note, searching for another in a vast expanse that is the score.

(At the replay screen, wait for the song to end to hear another surprise musical bit)

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13owser13owser

Rated 4 / 5 stars

PRetty Decent, but

Needs to be a lot faster, the action is WAYYYY to slow.


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Nukeme3 responds:

Symphonic Metal perhaps? ;)


PianogodPianogod

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I loved it!!!!

You are so creative and I'm guessing you are a musician since you made a flash on that had a lot of music related pieces in there. I too am a musician, and when I be in a rock band and making songs, I will make my music come to life. I love the idea of a half note goes walking or I mean hopping around, and finds another half, the two fall in love and they become a whole. That is very creative and also true that one half can't be complete without the other half. Sadily, I had a gf, but she dumped me, so I don't have anybody to love on Valentine's Day, well except my friends and family, but I mean someone I can fall in love with. But not to be weird or anything, but I'm glad that you have someone in your life that makes you a whole, well I wish you two the best and that your love is stronger than anything else. This flash has inspired me to go and find my true love, my other half. You did an awesome job on the animation, the moral, and the idea of the whole flash. Keep up the good work. A 10/10, and a 5/5. A perfect masterpiece.


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Nukeme3 responds:

Thank you, thank you very much. I wish you the best of luck in finding your other half. Strike a true chord in her heart and reverberate in silent thunder through time.


Jargon5Jargon5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ah...

This is my new favorite flash movie. EVER. (well, "there she is" still is good...) What a brilliantly original idea. I can't even begin to imagine how long it must have taken to do this frame by frame. Ugh.
Even though it wasn't totally musically correct, (there were no rests in the beginning, so the two lines would be playing at the same time.) but who cares? It was brilliant.
I've always wanted to see musical flash hit Newgrounds, but never could figure out how someone could incorporate REAL music with flash. This is one of the many examples of what can be done with flash. (I was thinking more towards Violin Hero, but this works too.) I'm hoping you will make more, and maybe, just maybe, you could work with someone and make a game. That would be cool.
Thanks for your hard work, I really enjoyed it, and I can only hope others liked it as much as me.


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Nukeme3 responds:

Wow, "EVER" you say. Thanks!

A game would be interesting. Controlling the note through the score, I'd have to work on my ActionScript for that though. Surprisingly, I'm still new to it all.


Chaos007Chaos007

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bravo!!!

till the young human mind is thinking all about violence, blood and noise the taking action of classic music and so well animated (maybe you shoulded do more animations) makes me burst into tears

Wonderful congratulations


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Nukeme3 responds:

Thank you. I might have to your advice on that. I've always been a very hobbyist animator, and this is the first time I've actually made something like this to this length.

Gah. . . it took forever! :)

But I'm happy to hear you liked it. I'll try to think of something else to do next.


RobbisRobbis

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great

This animation has its own meanings, I very much enjoyed watching this animation. I was surprised to see something like this on newgrounds, and I'm very pleased it is so. I especially liked how the notes were on their own line when they "met". A great touch and a fascinating movie.


Nukeme3 responds:

Thank you very much. I've noticed a significant lack of material like this, and figured I might put it up just for the heck of it.

I'm glad you enjoyed it.