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The Drifter 2.0

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This is a tribute to spaghetti westerns. Mostly the ones I like (Django, The Doller Trilogy, etc.) The reason why it's called 2.0 is that I made a shitty looking one a while back and wanted to make it better. I like it and I hope you like it!

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Make more than one dude getting shot.

Have some kind of story, like who "The Drifter" is, or what he's looking for, or something. One guy getting shot each episode isn't that great. Make like a 0.0 for his backstory etc.


SeanSullivan responds:

The point of the movie is that you don't know a thing about "the Drifter" Kinda like "Django" or "The Man with No Name" aka Clint Eastwood!

Clint da man

I was impressed with your style of camera angles
music fit well...
+ on interactivity 'cause you can not only push play and replay but you can also sing the famous song from the good, the bad, and the ugly
(wowoowooo waa waa waa)
gun already drawn hehe just like clint to do that (thats why it gets humor)


Pretty decent. :) I liked the music choice, but even more than that, I liked the cameo of Clint Eastwood's green poncho. Well done.

SeanSullivan responds:

I want that Damn poncho!

needs a story!

that a very small file size for what's in it - i like it! you have a cool and distict graphical style; most people tend not to use gradients for characters so your design stands out a bit.

A bit too short though... it would make a good intro to a longer story, about the drifter trying to find work in the nearest town, but the asshole sheriff tries to kick him outa town, and then the drifter doels with him and and becomes the new sheriff... justa thought!


Same as your first was, short and sweet, except way to short.

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3.00 / 5.00

Jul 16, 2004
3:49 PM EDT