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This is my third submission, the first in color. It's based on the song Arnold Layne from the well known British group, Pink Floyd.
It's basicly the story of Arnold, a normal man with a strange hobby.
Keep up until the very end. I'm pretty proud of it and I hope you'll like the effort I put in my third "baby".
Frontpage! Thanks to eveyone who took the time to watch Arnold's story!
it seems like you're higly influenced by music for your art. Keep it up! when the music goes, everything else flows.
I see you've done some rotoscoping. good job, and hey! even Disney was doing it
Funny thing is, nop, no rotoscoping. Afterward, I would hate myself for a couple weeks for not doing it cause it looked so freaking sloppy.
So after watching it for the fifth time. . . . Wow!
I love the use of colors: black, brown, tan, green, sky blue, and white. Actually the white wasn't white but more like eggshell color. There was a lot of details in the work that I think was very well done: Ankles on the close up of the feet, the depressions from the eyebrow and the tear duct in the bottom corner of the eye, use of the knuckles when flexing the hand.
I was a little freaked out about him not having any eyelashes. Also, both keys feel like they are sort of out of place. Maybe because they didn't have any depth in the flash. The opening scene with the clothes in the closet and arm felt the same way also. I think that if you used a heavier or shadowed line, it would show a little more three-dimensionalness. The dance scene was superb even if people don't think that it's fluid. I think that a guy who only has a few minutes a day is gonna have an awfully hard time pulling off fluid chaines in heels anyways.
I have to say if this was the first time you used colors than its really well done. Yeah. . . I think I'm going to have to add you to my faves.
I have to tell you, it's not everyday one gets a comment so solid and interesting. Thank you. These are the kind of comments that gives me the will to make other movies. I just have to find some time...
That's something Arnold and I have in common: we don't have much time for what we like.
This is a realy good work. . .keep up the good work!!
Thanks. Keep up the good work too.
Great One :)
Amazing job. Looks amazing :). While i can't critic the human form like the other posters i still find no problems at all with it. Keep up the great work.
Thanks a lot.
And yeah, why should it be a problem? Feel free to express yourself and wear a beautyful skirt if you want!
I too feel pretty in women's clothes...
Then again, I am a woman. Joking aside, I was very impressed with this flash. (3rd submission, you say?) While it was not as smooth as one would like, I have a little experience with animation programs and I know how hard it is to put one together. As for anatomy, this is animation, a cartoon for Pete's sake, and anatomy isn't going to be accurate at first, not even on a 3rd try. As time goes on and you put in more practice you'll get better and better until you look back on this one and say, "I drew THIS? This looks awful!" It really doesn't, just to let you know when you reach that point.
When I'll feel like my old flash are awful, I'll remember what you said!
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