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Uploaded
May 29, 2009 | 1:43 PM EDT

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Its the first movie of the original creator.
I'm illegle to publish this movie.

movie is not made with flash but Adobe After effects CS4 but i taught it earned a place on this website
please leave your comments below.

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Fjord83Fjord83

Rated 1 / 5 stars

Ever heard of a dictionary?

You were able to do a special effect. Good for you. You really need to work on your grammer skills first though.



majora9mask7majora9mask7

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

kind of exiting

i just said it



CybersiefCybersief

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Good graphics, just lacked depth

The graphics were impressive, good effects. But I didn't really see any depth in it. It didn't really have anything interesting besides showing off the effects. Just kinda needed a little story I guess is all. But with effects like that, you could go a long way, just work on something bigger.



ghost021ghost021

Rated 0 / 5 stars

OMG.

Holy crap. Even i can do this! Do something original! It apear to me like another WOW maniac.
Its so embarsing, wont give any star.
If anyone want more i tell him more >:-/



Neo-EgyptianNeo-Egyptian

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Some advice

As a fellow AfterEffects user, I've got to say this - the special effects should be dictated by the story, not the other way around. In other words, don't make a tiny movie about nothing whatsoever purely because you want to show some effect you've managed to create. By all means keep learning new effects and testing them out, but it'd be far more creative to come up with a short script that neccesitates the use of special effects, rather than putting them in a 20-second film with no story or dialogue whatsoever.

I know what you've submitted is just a special effects test and I'm perhaps being a little harsh, but if you want real advice then visit any AfterEffects forum on the net and speak to people there, as the NG Portal really isn't the best place to put stuff like this up. I highly recommend searching for 'video copilot' in Google, as this has an excellent forum for AfterEffects advice and techniques, and has several high-quality tutorials.


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