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A Year to Remember

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Mar 7, 2012 | 2:10 AM EST

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NAME: Mike Adlerberg
BIRTHDAY: March 23th, 1945 (age 22, Aries)
OCCUPATION: Baseball Player
HOMETOWN: Boston, Massachusetts

Everyone's favourite annoying fleet-footed baseball-lovin' New Englander is here to kick some ass! After leaving his home after the infidelity of his own mother soon after his father's death, he leaves to become a baseball champion - and this attracts the attention of none other than Builder's League United, like usual.

Took about 35-ish hours. Lol got kinda distracted with Minecraft and work, but I enjoyed working on this. Experimented with new techniques... I think I'm getting a bit better. Tried to keep it short and simple. Originally was gonna be a bit longer but I didn't like the idea of merging the feeling of victory and winning with going out and outright beating the shit out of the red Spy, felt a little off to me so kept it positive.

My next one will NOT be TF2 related, I haven't pinpointed exactly what it will be (might be either Minecraft, Suikoden, a criticism or an original work).

Song is Mojo Radio Gang by Parov Stelar.

Dunno why the tags aren't working, I've updated them like 5 times... lol



Rated 5 / 5 stars

interesting way of animation you are really good animator sorry do not speak English so well vote 5 :D !


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You're making good animations and Parov's musics completes it all to a perfect Harmony, But Ending on this one was worser than others

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars was brilliant overall...then I saw the ending....and I went "Ah jeez....would ya look at that..."

Look....I'm not saying this clip is bad in any way,because it isn't. All I'm saying is it felt like you were making this flash and nearing the production's end, when you were doing the ending, it felt like you rushed it, it felt like you wanted to do something else and didn't bother putting the same amount of work into it to your other flashes such as FYI and Reven.

I'm giving it 3.5 out of 5, that's pretty below average for my mark because I usually give 4 or 4.5 or 5 out of 5 for anything decent. But one flash developer MUST remember that an ending is highly important in storytelling, especially since you've made your TF2 flashes into a kind of a series. This ending was actually such a disappointment that it felt like an anti-climax to the series, which I am sure is not your desired effect.

Over all I deducted 1 star for what I deem an incomplete ending, and another 0.5 star for the disappointed feeling that must be taken into account when you are creating a series.

The standard of work for a series must be consistent throughout if not better, that is what makes successful series. If it goes the other way, you will find views decline rapidly.

But please don't let my rating discourage you lad! It's fundamental to learn from your mistakes and not mourn or rage about them. So take my rating positively, and I sincerely hope your nextTF2 series submission will be top-of-the-class.


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

As always, your awesome work is awesome, I would just like to commend you for your amazing work. the animation seemed a bit shorter than the rest, but I liked it nonetheless. Good job.



Your friendly (and insane) reviewer, Cafaling

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well done. great visual storytelling.