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heartbreak vs lablight

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Uploaded
Mar 30, 2012 | 12:26 PM EDT

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This simple movie is our first movie clip created. Hope many will like it. There will be more animations will come.

-Red Pirates.

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MistyEntertainmentMistyEntertainment

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Instead of mindlessly bashing your movie like the other reviewers are doing below me, I decided to actually write a proper review of this movie.

First of all, the characters are stick figures. The worst, most simplistic things a human being could ever draw. Therefore, I'd expect the animation to be amazingly smooth. But it isn't. It doesn't flow well at all. All you have to do is shape tween/motion tween, both work and you'll already have a great stick flash!

The camera at the beginning was painful to look at. I could tell you were trying to pan it in a cool way. Were you using a V-Cam? If not, I suggest you google V-Cam. It's a camera that gives you full control of a scene. Ease your tweens. Then you'll get the effect you tried to get.

When the sticks are talking, any movement at all would look much better than a still picture with merely the words changing. The grammar mistakes don't necessarily help the fact that there isn't any voice acting to guide us through the story.

The background was your typical beginner background - drawn with the line tool, relies on shapes too much, bad coloring and your typical gradient sky.

The actual fighting? Choppy. 24 fps is what I would recommend. It's the standard for all animators, and all you have to do is tween, so don't worry about frame-by-frame if you're animating stick figures.

The dialogue felt like something out of a really bad anime. It really did.

and you overused filters.

though there is some potential so you get 2 stars


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redpirates69 responds:

Thank you very much for ur comments. Your comment inspires me. I will follow some of ur guides in making stick figure animation.


JellyDraftJellyDraft

Rated 0 / 5 stars

I'm not sure how this got through judgement.... |:



LordDeekBaulseLordDeekBaulse

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Not that many of these fresh animations manage to actually spell everything right. Next you have to go for grammar, then move on to animating.



GerdneekGerdneek

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Nice effort, good things will come if you keep practing. Might suggest adding a play button and a replay button :)


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redpirates69 responds:

tnx..for ur comment u inspire me..hehehe