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Apr 8, 2010 | 4:39 AM EDT
  • Review Crew Pick April 14, 2010
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  • Weekly 4th Place April 14, 2010

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Author Comments

This is the story of Walter (His name is pronounced with a silent 'L')
He is a little trickle who, no matter the odds, helps planet Earth to preserve all life.
His journey is an endless one because that's his nature!

Reviews


Edgeworth42Edgeworth42

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic

Superb animation. Though Guilty Gear music feels out of place, it strangely worked :)


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DasianSensationDasianSensation

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Video!

Enjoy the +.000062. :D Awesome Video, from the music to the animation to the overall aspect of a raindrop. Awesomesauce.


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ScottoregoScottorego

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very creative.

Nothing can be completely destroyed, not even a little drop of water :)
Good job on everything, audio, video, it's all around excellence. 10/10 5/5


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sixflabsixflab

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Work

I'm very surprised on how you took a topic that occurs everyday, a topic that none of us would pay much attention to, and turned it into a fun, epic adventure of just one tiny rain drop. I loved how you almost showed all the aspects of what a rain drop will go through. My favorite scene was probably either when the raindrop was in the rainbow, or when he was flowing down the stream. Very interesting, and fun, cartoon-ish, and the music matched perfectly. Very well done. All I think that needs work is the art work a little bit in some scenes.


Veinom responds:

Thank you :)
Actually I thought the steam scene was the most boring, but since you liked it then Im pleased! The rainbow had to be the best scene because its the end of the video. I wanted to add move stuff in it but but too much are happening already :)


ShiRaMalkShiRaMalk

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Oh! =D

I used to ilustrate the adventures of dropwaters when I was a child.
Not so sofisticated, but basically the same =D