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Jan 10, 2010 | 4:58 PM EST

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Update 1/11/10: HOLY CRAPSICLES!!! DAILY 9TH YESTERDAY! Wow I'm so amazed! Thanks everyone!!!!

Shad is a little guy off to a mysterious castle. Join him on his legendary adventure!

Format: Frame-By-Frame - 12 fps
Created by Jordan Sparks.
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This is my first flash EVER, besides some random tutorials and some experimental junk I've done. I first started this in March 2009 but when it was halfway done, I was able to get it as my final project for my Co-Op course and was able to quickly finish it. Tell me what you think!

Note: There's a special easter egg of sorts in one of the menus. See if you can find it.
Note2: Apparently there is a Zelda character also named Shad. I had no idea about that making this so that wasn't my intention.

Reviews


ERockStylinsERockStylins

Rated 3 / 5 stars

pretty good

I think its a pretty good film for a first try. In the future I'd suggest not making the background so....... painted. Try adding some different shades of green to the grass etc.



jk961jk961

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty good

The quality might not be the best but it still got a few laughs out of me. It was really random and funny. For your first flash it is pretty good! I hope to see very good stuff from you in the future :D



AK907BlazinAK907Blazin

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Keep it up

I see potential and more of Shad in the future, and he'll hopefully be in a better quality video =3



Enlightener57Enlightener57

Rated 4 / 5 stars

creative idea, and new twist

I love all the video game references. If you make the fps faster and add more frames, it will look smoother. Also, the fight scene was cool, but as soon as he got the anime talking it got a little annoying. Try to make it shorter if you do that and dont overemphasize the mouth. Other than that, great flash, keep up the good work :D


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TerntResnerTerntResner

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Carrot Attack Pizza Sword

Quality of animation is low, but it works, particularly it succeeds at generating humor. Drawing skills aren't up to bare minimum standards, and visual design is lacking. The story is minimal, but the jokes work.

All this adds up to 4/10 + 1 for pizza sword, and + for Tiny Tim.