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by The Teller-Ulam Design
Composed and Performed by Colin Frank
Directed and Animated by Sean LeBlanc
Recorded by Caleb "The Crab" Moran courtesy of Mr. Steve of CHS
'In Perspectives' is a song of relaxation off The Teller-Ulam Design's latest album, 'The Lexicon'.
To watch on youtube, go to http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=LnpCy6n3_A0
- Wow, front page! Thanks guys.
PERFECTO!!! FELICITACIONES!!! UNA GRANDIOSA ANIMACION HERMANO!!!
Sorry in advance but i wasn't so amazed by this as the others appearently!
The music quality was bad i could hear that it was either a bad recording or it was a really bad mp3.
Also the art was okay, could've been better imo.
The story was something i didn't get at all, I saw this character suddenly popping out of the ground wich was pretty cool to see it morphin into something like a human form.
But after i see a bulldozer removing tree's and then it goes back to the morphed guy again just walking and getting a sad look on him.
It might just be me but i didn't get the point of this.
Well, congratulations on the front page, Shyft. And if I might say, you deserved it!
I really enjoyed watching this , it chills me out :D. Really nice concept and music, well done. I hope to see more from you. ;)
this was a good flash, no doubt. the music, art and most animation was good like the conveyance of the central message. but, it's only good. some of the animation was choppy, as for having the black outlines hang around... well, that was distracting and annoying.
guy drains his main vein.
The first episode of my original anime
Two Men Fight to the Death!
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