Tired of waiting?
Click here to disable ads!
You are not logged in. If you sign up for an account,
you can gain additional voting power over time, allowing your vote to have an even
greater impact on submission scores!
"A girl in her mecha, Blue Nova 067, detects the presence of one hostile enemy"
Happy Robot day 2011 !
ALL MY 5 R BELONG TO THIS!!
The animation was great. All of it is well drawn. It's easy to tell that you spent a lot of time on it. The facial expressions in the beginning of the animation and the proportions of the protagonist at the end of the flash were strange, but in a funny way that seems to parody anime characters' awkward movements and expressions.
The quality of the animation was good, but fluidity seems to have been sacrificed. More effort could have been made to add fluidity to the animation and perhaps slowing it down to give the viewer a chance to comprehend what they are watching. Not by a lot, but enough that viewers do not feel that they are rushing through the animation in ten seconds.
The audio could use some work. The sound effects were good and, although there was nothing particularly bad about the music, it sounds a bit generic for a robot-fighting anime-style flash. The audio does fit the theme, though.
I don't like these kinds of animations, BUT it was very well done. I would of given you a 8 or a 9 if it wasn't this well done to be honest.
However, ONE thing I wanna note on, and I think I speak for every man when I say this. What's up with the tits on the end? They were NOT interesting.. Perhaps I demand too much but I think I deserved to see a nice pair of breasts at the end, since I watched the entire film D:
The art, the movement, and the choice of music was wonderful. I like the constant screen changes during the fight scene. I tell you, this was some great stuff.
Keep it up!
this was epic and well animated, loved it!!
Video game advice from everyone's favorite intergalactic space alien, Guido!
Created with Little Fighter game sprites, this series is like a hardcore in-game cinema.
An experiment with a Wacom pad that evolved into much more.
newgrounds.com — Your #1 online entertainment & artist community! All your base are belong to us.