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Experimental Flash. Please give constructive criticism!
I've been working a lot on my flash and as3, so if any of you have tips on how to improve, please don't hesitate!
It's only about a minute long, so don't expect anything monumental.
So I primarily focused on:
-Shape and Motion tweening
-Play and replay buttons/coding
-Frame by frame
Again, if you have ideas of how I can improve on these, please tell!
For a first flash, this is great!!! You made a flash that works perfectly with the music.
One person, who stands out from the rest, doesn't try to blend in and be like the others, his mind is open to the surroundings and the beauty of the world, while everyone ignores this and go on with their lives.
My only complaint is the drawings...
They look like they were drawn by an six-year-old.
Don't take it the wrong way though. Its great!!!
i liked it
it made me feel mellow which doesnt happenvery often thx!
him sitting in that field made me wonder why people were walking by him
I think that he lets the world pass him by.
Of course, it doesn't really have to mean anything.
Thanks for the review!
For a first flash, this is very good.
My first flash was blammed, so... Haha.
Graphics: 7/10: Some suggestions, use a glow effect on the sun and moon, and erase the lines. (Select the sun and click the box with the line through it to remove lines)
Animation: 10/10: No complaints.
Sound: 9/10: Just music, but it fit.
Plot: 10/10: Well thought.
Good job, I liked it.
the simplicity of the 1 minute short was good, but sometimes i think it has some small short cuts which could be easily fixed.. which is the actual detail of the scenery...
Right now im working on a short movie from one of your songs (vivid Illusions) (after the failed attempt to get the NG Megamix onto flash, lol) and i think it does pay to redo some of the details.. But other then that, i think you might have something..
i wish you luck
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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