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An Animation Revolution

rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Apr 21, 2011 | 5:37 PM EDT
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Author Comments

I'll make something else now...

For the record I am indifferent to the software. I have no problem with people wanting to create animation with it for fun as long as those with loftier ambitions aren't letting their skills stagnate. I spent a lot of time with 3D movie maker as a kid because I didn't know how else I could create animation and I really wish I had discovered flash sooner. Brad Bird began his first animated film at 11 years old so you're never too young to start!

So please remember that my animated counterpart is a caricature in more ways than one; I didn't really jump on a horse when Skyrim was announced and I'm not about to go postal on someone who wants to use some gimmicky animation software, just consider the alternatives.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

HaHaHa.. Well Done..


Rated 5 / 5 stars

@juggernaut Get Pencil, If you follow Harry's tutorials. You can animate with that pretty good.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

very good but the thing is what if people cant get to make a flash with their operating system because their system is old or doesn't have a program for animation this program will at least give them a chance to animate


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm giving it five stars. The animation is high quality, the voice acting is good as always, it's funny, and it makes a good point. Not sure what else could you want from a Flash animation and I can't think of anything that could drag the score down.
The butthurt from the little kids who gave this 0/5 stars just shows how much the point hit home.

Well done.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nah, but seriously, I'm not into animations but I consider myself a codemonkey with potential. A game developer, a fancy man would say. The quality of the games I produce are eh... mediocre at best. There are shortcuts in game development as well, just like you're describing there is in animaton. Still I wouldn't go for them. They're a limit on creativity and just to easy... causing a flood of the same type of content at the cost of views for those spending time to make the real thing.

I get the point of all peeps here saying they don't wanne pay for flash though. Well if you don't wanne pay for adobe flash and you wanne keep it legal then yeah... you should propably go for an alternative. Wanne keep it legal... just repeating a part of the sentence I just typed. Woops... that repeating was totally by accident.

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