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Oct 14, 2009 | 4:26 PM EDT

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The more I worked on this one, the more I realize that putting more details on drawings is kinda redundant. that's my excuse for being lazy. The song is called "Hintervale Valley Day" by Runes of Magic game. The video is about a camp that got ruined because of a paper plane. this video was inspired by tomek baginski's "fallen art"

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TheDevilsPetTheDevilsPet

Rated 0 / 5 stars March 4, 2010

i......... i think you shouuld stop animating

you just dont care what you do
im sorry but
hang up your pencil
and leave



DigimaksDigimaks

Rated 3 / 5 stars October 15, 2009

umm..... not there....

Animation and drawings might say it would look more artistic. But such a childish story with cheesy gore completely destroys it.
As I first saw it I thought- it might be some awesome animation, since it got such a music going. Maybe something classy or dramatic...

Instead stuff just go down. It got totally wierd when General and some "mega muscular monster" man comes in out of nowhere.. WHY!? where do they come from? Why you got that monster there, like some ANIME villians?
And then the ending, totally ruined it.

Dude! Utilize your animation skills. Looks awesome. But story is ... disaster, dude! ... Disaster!



xXDaphatfriarXxxXDaphatfriarXx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 14, 2009

it was good until the end

Animation great
Talking needs work
End, terrible
you get a seven



liger91liger91

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 14, 2009

Strange and provocative. Mmmmmmmm...

Now that's an example of the Butterfly Effect! Well animated, though it ended rather abruptly.


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paco73paco73

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 14, 2009

good

I liked it, although, don't be lazy... it had good detail until toward the end. Go back through and add detail.

Also if you don't know about objects in flash try learning about them, they speed things up so that you only draw something like an arm once. instead of once per slide.


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