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Jan 23, 2010 | 11:53 PM EST
  • Daily Feature January 25, 2010

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Author Comments

*sound should be working in this version*
I made this partly in my own time and partly for my course,
please sit back and enjoy

the music is by Jellybass, high quality stuff, check out their site

Reviews


ToastedToastyToastToastedToastyToast

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2011

Awesome movie

Not as good as the giant morphing orgasm. But it was really good nonetheless. Great art, fluid animation, well paced and the music was an excellent choice. I loved the abstract art and the slick and smooth morphing transitions. You should make a longer sequal which you could make to tell short story or something and maybe choose some music that you could sync the animation to. A really good movie 5/5 and 10/10



tyler2513tyler2513

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 27, 2010

Very nice!

Great experimental movie could have a bit more of a plot but very nice quality of animation, could have been a bit longer than what it was and great score!



MoosterzMoosterz

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 8, 2010

Awesome.

I've been working on something like this for quite some time, but yours has turned out better than mine ever will. Very cool. Next time try some color.



DaggerfireDaggerfire

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

How to put this in 6 words...

Cool. Sleek. Sexy. I like it!



CoractiCoracti

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

Briefly captivating

Morphing animations are usually good at capturing viewers' attention, and yours was no exception. Unfortunately, it was short-lived, and a bit disappointing, as I expected it to go on after the fetus, but it stopped abruptly instead.

I have to admit though, it was fun while it lasted and I couldn't help thinking how much better it would have looked in color. Artistic feel of black and white does make an impact, but adding those fills would make it look finalized. After all, you already had those neatly connected lines out there!

The last thing I would like to note is how cheap the tweened objects looked compared to the frame-by-frame-animated bits. It worked nicely when all those little things were moving on stage simultaneously, but when applied to the jaw in the beginning, made the whole skull look flat.

Other than that, it went along well with the music and overall this little experiment can be called a success, so I'm rating it 10 just to motivate you to keep working on your skills and continue to make improvements in flash!


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