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Jul 19, 2011 | 4:49 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place July 20, 2011

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Author Comments

Edit: Fixed the audio. I guess I just don't understand cats.

Technical stuff: Done in Flash 8, at 24 fps almost entirely on one ones with next to no tweening for character animations. Everything was redrawn and re laid out with no tracing. Animated with symbols, no fbf drawing for the most part.

The idea: take the intro to MLP: FiM, and remake it with girls instead of ponies using the same constraints with characters and animation that the show has, which is why they all have the same basic shapes. When I started I planned to try and mimic the style of Milky Way and the Galaxy Girls, but I think ultimately I think I landed closer to Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. I hope you like it either way.

Theme is copyright to the show and hasbro and stuff.

Reviews


M-Trogdor-98M-Trogdor-98

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 24, 2011

Bronies Unite

Simply awesome. Although I feel as though you could have done better with Princess Celestia



ashmanderashmander

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 13, 2011

Awesome

very cool



evulnaterevulnater

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 8, 2011

This was 120% cooler!

That was awesomely done! I actually watched it side by side with the actual intro and frame for frame, you pretty much have it spot on. Odd how this hasn't attracted much more attention that it has with MLP being so big right now. Try posting it to youtube too, see what kind of attention you get there. Great job!


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SodaKick responds:

I posted it on youtube at a crappy quality actually. I should re upload it with better audio and a higher resolution.


SonicbubSonicbub

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 6, 2011

Creepy...

If you watch this flash NIGHTMARES OCCUR!
ok that was joke but... where are the male ponies.
SRSLY.



KuneraKunera

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 5, 2011

That just looks weird.

Not saying that you did a bad job, you did great, for what you were setting out to do. I can see how much effort it took, and while the intro felt strange humanized, it's still something worth checking out.


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SodaKick responds:

These are my favorite comments. I feel really validated, and there's constructive criticism that I can understand and agree with at the same time. Thanks for the comment!