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NAME: Rhett Wilder
BIRTHDAY: September 5th, 1926 (age 42, Virgo)
OCCUPATION: Ex-Automotive Engineer
HOMETOWN: Bee Cave, Texas
Took about 20 hours, did a bit of fixing.
Song is Catgroove by Parov Stelar.
This is the first flash animation I really actually finished, so lol. I'm glad its done, was a lot of work.
I used bitmaped text in some parts because I was having slowdown issues on my computer. Sorry for the inconvenience...
EDIT: Hey guys, if you want to upload my stuff to Youtube, just ask me, don't do it behind my back. I don't appreciate it when people put up shit behind my back without me able to have a say on it. :p
Slow is good!
Very nice. Cool, clean animations and catching sound. Some reviewers seem to be complaining about the pace of the film; not me, though. I think it's great that you let the thing take it's time. Don't listen to the speed-freaks: Some people just can't get enough action, no matter WHAT you do. Keep it up!
dont make an engeener angry
he could kill you for destroying his work.
i loved everything and i enjoyed the poem at the end. good work!
This was pretty good. You got the music and the animation together nicely. The story reminds me strongly of the NerfNow.com story where an engineer gets his sentry sapped and goes on a rampage in the other base. Decent!
At first I thought more of a story I never finished, but then that particular story came to mind. I kept the BLU engineer from the original story though.
I might retell that story in flash form as I get better, it walks through his whole life.
Gotta say, this is well done
This is a good, entertaining flash--especially for TF2 fans. You used the effective, time-worn technique of drawing attention to the style, because it's vibrant and colorful, and also because it makes up for some weaknesses in the art itself. My only negative criticism is that the animation wasn't QUITE in synch with the beat--which wouldn't be a problem if it wasn't one of the primary goals of the animation.
Also, I like the rhymes near the end.
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