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Sep 19, 2010 | 9:37 PM EDT

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So this is the first episode in a series of animations! The events of this episode takes place in the middle of the story. ENJOY!

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AnchordAnchord

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

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Sound was off by a second or so.... animation needs a little polishing, along with the sound quality. music was pretty cool, but it seemed like it was just played over and over in a 3 second loop at times


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Snorre responds:

I have actually not used no music loops, thats just how the music plays. And I know the sound was a bit off some places. I tried to fix it but then it was off other places, and for some reason the souns is different the second play through. I haven't learned how to use sound objects, I just put them on the frames.


JTmovieJTmovie

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool

this isn't bad but a few things you might want to improve

some of the sounds didnt quite work well and some were to early or delayed

i use to xiao xiao sound pack too but lately ive been trying to expand a little

try sound snap dot com for more sounds but you ay want to work on your backgrounds give them more realism unless that was what you were going for

I like the drawings and animation esecially the buildng hops at the end really cool

i wanna see more of this good job



grimshdowgrimshdow

Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice

preaty funny i enjoyed it

oh yeah 1st post!!!!!



ManoucHManoucH

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good animation

Nice work, very promising. Keep goin man !



Lamia-DominaLamia-Domina

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Crude animation with too many corners cut.

You seem to have a few notable talents you'd do well to lean on, here: You convey motion smoothly, and the panning run over rooftops toward the ending was impressively done compared to the rest of this. Your character drawings by comparison are really crude, though, and filling in all the lines and corners of your sets just calls more attention to how sparse they are. Is this supposed to be a shootout in a bare concrete bunker? Get some photos of the kind of environment you're trying to make, or sets from a movie that inspired the work, or -something- and take better note of the scenery that makes that set - unless you plan to depict a world of bare concrete bunkers.


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