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Jun 22, 2012 | 10:19 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place June 24, 2012

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Author Comments

This is the first time i've ever done an animation on Flash. Created this for my university final year project. I've used Flash before but only for a 20 sec animation. A few slight problems at the in the movie. This is due to lowering the quality. Sorry. I know its not the best but hopefully will re design the whole movie in the near future with a bigger story and more animation,

Reviews


worrvossworrvoss

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome animation make more keep it up make more =] its awesome



smithSongGeneratorsmithSongGenerator

Rated 4 / 5 stars

So Porkchop got a mail order bride from Santa?? Haha jk
Great animation and style, excellent narration & audio quality (though it sounds like you need a pop filter for the vocals) and well written storyline. Great overall - A



stabika67stabika67

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Even though it's still 7 months till December, Merry Christmas to you, and everyone else in the world, too ^_^



UnaltorUnaltor

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

So by "the letter magicly fell into the fireplace and it disappeared" do you mean the vacuum created by the fire feeding on the oxygen sucked the letter into the fireplace and it burned up?

As for the actual review, your sound quality was great, and the narrator's voice and tone fit the feel of it very well. However, the sound clips you used were repetitive (Try getting multiple ones) also, the animation seemed to drag on. Like when Porkchop carried the snow, you didn't need to show him walking all the way across the scree 3 times. The story was ok. Very much like a children's book. The animation other than the dragging was very good. Over all, I think that you did very well and with a little practice you could make great shorts. (Or maybe just write children's books)


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RicardoERicardoE

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Isnt it to early for xmas?
+ its very predictable, from the moment the porkchop made the snowpig you know its going to become alive...