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A cosmonaut investigates a wormhole in deep space. Music & animation by Professor Soap.
love this! I like the grainy texture that makes it look like paper and I also like the colours your chose! awesome
I absolutely loved the massive amount of color contrast that was maintained throughout the short, however it did feel a little harsh on the eyes at times, but that's just me. I felt it really portrayed a very float-y, careless feeling to the viewer which it should. The animation is very nice and wasn't jerky. Good one!
Pretty enjoyable and well done. People need to learn not to poke their fingers into spinning vortexes in space. But where's the fun in that?
I enjoyed the use of colour and the concept, and the length is good as well, but I still somehow feel like it was missing something. As he was spinning through the portal, I couldn't help but wonder what was on the other side, only to see him come out the same way he went in. Other than that I liked it, definitely favouriting it.
Hope to see more from you in this portal, the Newgrounds portal!
This is amazing
I couldn't help but be reminded of this cartoon someone else made awhile back. It was a better one. That is not to say of course, that this wasn't great in its own right. The best part about it is probably the animation. It's just wonderful to see all these colors together! It wasn't so much of a music video as there were no lyrics, or were there?
I guess songs without words could count. I like how you appeal to the explorer in us all. Let us never lose that aspect of our personality. I can see why it has such a high score. It is quite innovative.
Welcome to the end of the world
Wouldn'tyou just like to... leave conflict.
What happened to Cortex's airship?
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