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Sep 14, 2011 | 2:06 PM EDT

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Hello,
I know it's NUBBISH. It is my very first flash cartoon and have no prior training with flash, so please bare with the errors and the constructive feedback would be appreciated, I hope to improve as I continue to learn how to use flash.

The reason I created this flash was to reflect on a few past situations of TF Fandom and use bits and pieces of things given to or experienced, just a little bit of inside humor as well while atttending an Anime/Gaming convention a few years ago. While I was observing a voice actor panel for attendees over the age of eighteen, Somehow there was a discussion started about the presidential election at that time and to make a long story short... I happened to blurt out that I would vote for Optimus Prime. *crowd laughs* and my uncle had to make the loud comment "Hey, She's into transformer Porn." The Panel Consisted of a few voice actors including Vic Manaugna and Spike Spencer, They all proceeded to stare at me in silence while Spike Spencer's face lit up with an enormous grin and that is what the rest of the Panel consisted of... making jokes at my expense, but I am a good sport and rolled with it anyway. It was so bad they couldn't answer anyone else's questions for the rest of the panel, I want to eventually animate that experience with Flash at a later date when I am better with the program.

Anyway I thank you for watching my first flash, Enjoy! =)

Reviews


KaDoYuuKaDoYuu

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not Bad

That actually does not look bad at all, for your first animation!
The drawings, I meant, are decent.
I see the shoulders and arm are done on separate layers. A mistake I made in my 1st animations was drawing everything on one layer, then having to re-animate everything frame by frame for the slightest movement. Try to keep the joints consistent with one another, so the arm doesn't appear to slide apart. (granted, transformers DO that) but keeping consistent joints give the subject a sense of solidity and structure.

The vocals are well acted and helped contribute to the overall humor. If there was anything to improve upon, there, it would be the volume. The main character sounds quieter than the voice on the phone. The voice in the room would normally be higher than the one on speakerphone, but I understand this is your first go. Besides, I still have sound issues with Flash, so there isn't too much I can critique there, without looking like a darned hypocrite.

I do look forward to more works from you. You show promise. :)


Chromz responds:

Thank you for your input, This lets me know I can spot the errors I need to work on. I didn't care for the odd arm movements as well and I personally didn't like the quiet pitch of the main vocals, The Voice acting for Ironhide was recorded for me a few years ago for my cell phone ring tone and the main character voice is my own so I know now that I need to invest in a better mic.

Thank you! =)