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Jan 13, 2012 | 11:32 PM EST
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Old and new walk cycles, compiled for January's CHEESE DREAMS themed LoopdeLoop animation challenge.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

well now.

thing what caught my attention was the pink perry colored turtle moving slower as the world pasted by at their quick pace; moving back and forth multiple times but the turtle kept his pace the same and off screened once.

something just feels right about him, taking it a step at a time instead of rushing back and forth to get back on the screen.

he's like the medium that keeps the balance of others some how.
quite interesting loop you've made boog.

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TheBoogley responds:

slow and steady wins the race, my friend. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I was starting to run out of nightmares but I'm sure this will keep me awake in the late hours of the night.

TheBoogley responds:

glad to be of service :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This is what you see while on drugs

this flash will bring back memories to any hippy who sees it.

TheBoogley responds:

ah, the good old days when hypercoloured freaks walked among us! :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Its decent

I must say this was very "ARTISTIC" and i love how it just starts off right away and all the walking is great, it has all sorts of differant characters walking back and forth, the music reall fits the animation of walkers, this was just an overall artistic piece and the music was very flowing of the visuals, so really awsome job on this awsome piece, now if i could offer any advice, it might be to change up the backround scenes so that it changes every once in awhile, even throwing in some clickble easter eggs or something maybe on unque characters or something, other then that this was pretty good, great stuff, keep up the creative wheels.

So while this was pretty good, very artistic, it does lack multiple backround scenes, and even unique characters, possble making some easter egg options wouldnt hurt either.

Overall a good creative flash needs more backround scenes though.

TheBoogley responds:

thanks! You're decent! :D