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In search of Dragula

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Dec 5, 2010 | 7:33 AM EST

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Author Comments

This was my attempt to learn how to use Flash to animate, and I thought the best way to learn is to animate a music video for one of my favourite songs. I have always wanted to animate, but never found the time until recently.

Before this I didnt even know how to do a simple tween, and this (though its definately not the best flash out there) was a lot of hard work, lots of time but also lots of fun.

Hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

do superbeast next!!

animation can be a lil funky, but for the most part it work. hope to see more


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I enjoyed this

Good attempt. I look forward to see more movies from you, if this is your first animation you can go far as an animator.


Rated 0 / 5 stars


Awful, the sound was off by a sec the. The whole thing was shankie, the one thing that was done right is you fuck up a good song.

Darkest-Darkness responds:

lol, I was waiting for one of these reviews cuz they always crack me up.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good, but needs smoothness

It wasn't bad. Two important things though: the animation was seldom very fluid and the lip-synching was pretty bad. I really liked the concept and the story behind it was good. But for the fight scenes the animation should be less jerky and if you're going to have your characters singing along with the track, than they need to more closely match.

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Darkest-Darkness responds:

You'r right.. The only time the animation was fluid was when I was tweening, when I was doing frame by frame, it was a nightmare getting it smooth. If you know any good tutorials out there that might help, that would great.

I am going to try and match up the lipsyncing again. Thanks for your comment.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


For a first attempent , it's stunning. Bravo. You learned really fast.
The idea was good and the music well supported by the pictures design.
Take care of some details, though. The trees, by example, are not just slidding from one side to the other. The jump back and fort, and it's a bit disturbing for the eyes. Also, I'm in the impression you cut the song and put pieces of it in differents scene while making your movie. The music jumps a little when you change scenes. Instead, you should animate all your scene and then put them all on the same seen, with a specific layer for the music. It will goes smoother.
Nice lipsink with the vampire. It's hard to do and you did well for a begginer.
Continu and you'll get really good at it.

Darkest-Darkness responds:

Thanks, your review I found it most helpful. I just noticed the trees, and they are dizzying. You'r right about the cutting the song, i found that was the easiest way to test once you finish animation, but you're right that at the end I should just put it all together in once scene. Something i'll definately be doing in the future.

Thanks again for your comment!