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Aug 18, 2010 | 12:14 AM EDT

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Info:I was involved in the Random Collab 2.0 project. It was my first collab I ever participated in. At the time, I made 5 entries, and it turned out only 2 were picked. Also, you get to see the ending I did with sound, because when I saw the finished result, it wasn't what I had in mind. At the time, I was a beginner at Flash, but I figured I'd showed you my rejected entries.

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Animated by:OutcastLabs.

Reviews


SteakandKidneyPieSteakandKidneyPie

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 18, 2010

Nice Work

These look quite good, though I am not a fan of sprite animation but I know that these are quite good.

Hope it all goes well



Urban-ChampionUrban-Champion

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 18, 2010

Sprite flash meh :P

When it comes to sprite flashes like these, I don't bother judging it for the artwork, but rather the content and script it has to offer me.

I gotta admit though, you made most of the sprite animations pretty damn smooth, I'll give that to ya.

Well... I really didn't follow much of the script in any of the shorts, except for maybe the CD-i Hotel Mario short. I guess that adds to it's charm, because needless to say I laughed at the sheer stupidity of these shorts.

Audio consisted of sound clips from other sources, and they were good quality without any grainyness or clipping or such. No complaints there.

For everything else (Preloaders functioning properly, menus work properly, etc.) it was fully functional without any slip ups.

Well done sir, I was able to enjoy this Flash a bit.


OutcastLabs responds:

These animations were very old, like they were made when I was a beginner at Flash. For the record, these skits weren't scripted, which makes it very random.


dudemanguy12345dudemanguy12345

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars August 18, 2010

meh

Not that great. that last one was kinda funny though.


OutcastLabs responds:

As you can see the skit at the end showed a bit of improvement, compared to the first three.