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Thought I would attack this from a different angle.
IT WAS OK
it wasnt that bad it has been done b4 and they change theyre minds after a bad version of an old song idk i guess it was just a but borinh
Thanks for the review.
Good Thinking Material, Nice.
I like the message here, in what is usually a celebration of the action and violence in animation I love, this I also appreciate. While not in the exact confines of Madness, this speaks well. About humanity, purpose, love, and war. Nearing the ending, it's a little cheesy with an overused joke about an overused ending, but it's not that bad. I think this is yet even more proof to pile on the mountain of flashes, don't judge a whole crew by a few rotten eggs. Or Thors, or whichever user it is that posts those things.
But I'm not sure if Flash Animation counts as useful..well, you've brought a smile to this face, thanks.
Thanks for the review! I wanted to make something that stood out from a lot of the other very similar madness day flashes and I would say this definitely worked.
i like that animation and a dialog
War... War Never Changes?
I may be boasting this a bit much, but dammit the artwork in this is purely masterful, there really isn't a flaw I could see, it all just looks beautiful, especially the Madness robots. The sound effects what are here are great, but there really aren't many. The music is superb to say the least, a wonderful choice from the Audio Portal so kudos to you and NIGHTkilla. The voice acting I will say is done quite well by you for the RadioTube, but for the Madness bots it could have been better. Where this animation truly shines though is with its story. The liked the idea you presented here of the Madness characters being nothing but robots and RadioTubeClock looking for his friends throughout the wastelands that remain, it could be interpreted in many different ways, from what I saw RadioTubeClock was possibly looking for other living clocks, but the Madness robots were built by past Madness characters and have been waging senseless violent wars since then destroying everything. If that is what you were going for then it really is a very creative idea that I liked a lot. The story is a bit dark at times, but you give it a bit of comedic flair to the point that the story still leaves an impact, but it doesn't take itself too seriously. Overall I really enjoyed this and want to see more from you.
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Thanks for the review!
Tear to my eye
Well it would bring a tear to the eye of one who watches and sees what is all left after much destruction brought about by senseless violence for so long as well. The animation is very nice and I enjoyed the backgrounds.
The backgrounds give the idea that all that ever happens here is death and no one wants to rebuild anymore but only continue cutting at each other's throats and continuing to kill.
The voices were actually pretty cool too. Was that speakonia or simply you and a couple of friends together speaking while applying a simple filter to it. Loved the voice of your character too, nice to see how simply speaking with the machines brought them to reason as well.
The machines soon stop killing and decide that thanks to RadioTube they shall spend their time doing things better than killing such as making flash or helping rebuild the world to what ti should be. Wonder if they will ever plants and such.
Like how your character just walks off looking for the ones he loves and hopes are still alive. Very different Madness day piece, not one of violence but of a calm attitude and showing that violence does not solve everything.
Overall, very wonderful Madness day piece, calm and yet so sad feeling as well.
A CARD BATTLE of magnanimous proportions!
Social Anxiety's a bitch, not anymore.
A little story about a guy named Abo who tries to create the best movie ever!
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