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Dark and Darko Episode 01

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rated 2.63 / 5 stars
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Music Video
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videogame
8bit
chiptunes
carf

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Uploaded
Feb 4, 2014 | 12:23 PM EST

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Author Comments

The official Music Video for Orbital Velocity has been released!

After a week of hard work it is finally done! My very first Music Video for one of my songs and in case of awesomeness I am willing to make TONS more ;).
The artstyle of RPGVX really fits the song and its just awesome to let Carf and friends go on an adventure while joined by the crazy 8bit sounds by the same creator!

Please share your feedback with me cause I am very curious what you guys think :).

Song available at:
carf.bandcamp.com

Credits to the following awesome creators:

Awesome background done by:
http://boberatu.deviantart.com/

Scripts used:
Text Sound Effect by Zerbu
Skip Title Screen by JV Master Script

BTW, can you spot all the references? ;p

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Riveet099Riveet099

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The deviantart page doesn't work


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Carf responds:

Fixed! Thanks :)!!!!


zamphirezamphire

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

All i can is wow. I never really thought of using rpg maker for a movie. But you did it pretty well. But There are some problems with it. Like the Bandicam logo in the top You should use something like fraps for new movies or use the Obs recorder. Also the chat box sprites should not have the white background If you could remove these too things it would be a pretty good movie.


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Carf responds:

Thanks for the awesome hints and tips Zamphire :).
It is the very first time that I am trying to use RPGVX for a music video and I am learning while editing.
For my next projects I am going to look for a more decent screen recorder.
The chatbox sprites are done by me but I was not aware that the white background is so distracting.
Will find a good midway for that, thanks again for noticing.

update: The chatbox sprites are leaving a very vague outline when the white background is deleted and the result is just weird in my editor. Need to find a way to work around this. Still another thank you for your advice :).