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Stamp on the Ground

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Sep 8, 2009 | 11:36 AM EDT

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This video says so much about me. Pretty much every fandom or character I've loved appears in this at some point or another. Which adds up to some EIGHTY CHARACTERS last I counted jesus christ. Almost all frame-by-frame again aaaaagh my eeeeeeyes why do I keep doing this to myself

I thought about having the background change color with each shift to a new character(s) but I tried it out and it seemed really distracting, probably since some characters only show up for a few seconds then vanish. I have a really short attention span, don't I. Well in some ways I guess. I might fiddle with that a bit later.

"But why are Liquid and Solidus alive if this has Old Snake in it" you might ask, to which I reply what is Snake doing playing DDR with a bunch of Pokemon and Silent Hill characters. ANSWER ME THAT

Edit - Uh, you guys ARE aware that the blonde person in green sweeping the guy with the glasses and grey hair off his feet at one point is a *woman*, right?

Here's the full cast list.

Metal Gear Solid: Solid Snake, Otacon, Sunny, Liquid Snake, Revolver Ocelot, Raiden, Solidus, The Joy/Boss, The Sorrow
Star Control 2: Admiral ZEX, The Captain, Talana, an Utwig, a Supox, an Arilou, Subcommander DAX, Fwiffo
Phoenix Wright: Yanni Yogi, Damon Gant, Matt Engarde, Juan Corrida
Pikmin: Olimar, Pikmin
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Nny, Edgar
Mother 3: Duster, Kumatora, Lucas, Boney, Ionia
Pokemon (these are original characters of mine): Radic, Farnsworth the Lucario, Nova the Raichu, Callima the Parasect
Megaman Legends: Teisel Bonne, Glyde
Mario: Luigi, Prince Peasley (from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
Silent Hill: Harry Mason, Dahlia Gillespie, Pyramid Head, James Sunderland, Heather Mason, Father Vincent
Final Fantasy 7: Cid Highwind, Vincent Valentine
Slayers: Vrumugun, Zangulus
Final Fantasy 9: Zorn and Thorn
Magic Knights Rayearth: Ascot
Road to El Dorado: Miguel, Tulio
EarthBound: Ness, Paula, Jeff, Poo
Final Fantasy 6: Strago Magus, Kefka
Secret of Mana: Sprite, Boy
Captain Jack, the Eurodance artist
Cleo, my dead dog
Slasher Movies: Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers
Final Fantasy 8: Zell Dincht, Irvine Kinneas
Snatcher: Gillian Seed, Random Hajile, Metal Gear Mk. II
Quest for Glory: The Hero
Metroid: Samus Aran
Wilhelm and Zee (from NeonPteranodon's videos on youtube)
Lazytown: Sportacus
Chrono Trigger: Ayla
Inhuman the webcomic: Kyotoshi Lypha, Grey
Space Quest: Roger Wilco
Day of the Tentacle: Green
Original Characters: Tsukiyo, Girl, Triangle, Scriabin, Dr. Dowasure, Zarla, Alix, Sheena (my, my brother's, and my cousin's avatars)



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Cool idea! Kept me going "OH!" when I recognized a character. Esp the guy from Lazytown, didn't see that coming.
Not bad, nicely done!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great Job!

Silent Hill cameo was my favorite, but I think the Pikmin one was the most original, and liked how you had recurring characters, so you had time to evolve what they were doing


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I don't know how to feel about this.

This is some sort of... furry, weeaboo... furry... fandom... I don't even know. But for that very reason, I can't stop watching it. It's so foreign to me and so strange. So curious.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Olimar, that's CHEATING!

Okay... before I criticize, great concept, great choice of music, great cast. (although there's a noticeable absence of PHOENIX WRIGHT...)

Now onto the not-so-great part.. while I admire the attempt to have the cast all have fully-animated bodies, the fact remains that some of their movements- indeed, the majority of them- seem to lack fluidity. It's probably supposed to match with the whole jumping idea of movement-stop-rebound, but I dunno, it just looks too choppy for me to fully enjoy.

Also, all of that, EIGHTY CHARACTERS of that, and not a single cross-over? Harrumph!

In the meantime, though, I fully look forward to your next work. You have serious, serious potential.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


First of all, let me say this- I enjoyed it thoroughly, and thought that the action syncing went very well with the song. Second, I appreciate that you put a lot of work into the frame-by-frame, and that it was very solid animation.

However, You may want to look into more "fluid" animation. Perhaps making clothes move more independently, instead of being glued to the character's skin. (That wasn't really the case, but you catch my drift)

You also may want to, once the core animation is done, go back through and drawn inbetween frames, just to make the movements a lot more fluid. it may take a while, and yes, your eyes are at risk, but it's really worth it in the end.

That's all I have to say, good job, and I hope to see more!

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