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Apr 7, 2010 | 2:43 PM EDT

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Author Comments

A flash music video and a tribute to the song "Weight of the World" by Evanescence.

After myriad of listens, the song has inspired me to make a music video out of it. As for the storyline, one of my main concentrations was adding aspects of magical realism - blending fantasy and reality. Feel free to share your thoughts, and feedback is always welcome. Enjoy!

Reviews


RitroxRitrox

Rated 3 / 5 stars April 29, 2012

It's a nice song, but the animation seems stiff and lifeless. It seems choppy like you were missing every other frame, but it wasn't horrendously noticeable in the first half. Another contributing factor to the lifelessness was the sharpness of the shading. The ultra-defined shadows on curved/smooth surfaces didn't seem natural.

The music seemed to sync up with the imagery pretty well, and merited a second watch.


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IceDragon64IceDragon64

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2012

Very good art
OK but not great animation. Limited and repetetive, especially the swordplay.
Storyline OK
Good connection to music.

The next step in quality would be animation- truly smooth varied and expressive animation is always really hard- there are no short-cuts to that last stage where it really looks like you did whatever you felt like at whatever angle.



shinobu14shinobu14

Rated 2 / 5 stars January 1, 2012

...........

ummm...that was epic...
but i like the song



KabegamiKabegami

Rated 0 / 5 stars December 26, 2011

um...ok?

well....idk 'bout this I'm just feel neutral 'bout it idk whether to be shocked or sumthin' or if I'm supposed to praise yallz so yea.....i suck at reviews



FullfistFullfist

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars December 25, 2011

average and aimless

drawings look good, clean. animation is clunky.

music is HORRIBLE

pacing is way of

the story is generic, failed to make a connection to a character.

sexy woman in a thong can't save a production. You needs IDEAS that stick out, that grab attention, a dime a dozen knight and girl doesn't cut it.