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a 3d animated megaman

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i am just begining to learn 3d animation and i though megaman would be pretty easy to do. It was actually a lot harder than i thought. I got the techno music from a program called fruity loops. I don't know whether i should work on flash animations of 3d animations. please give me some feedback on how you like it. It is my first full animation.

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It was so so...

It's not that it was bad, but it wasn't good either.
It didn't have an actual ending, and it was WAY too choppy.
3D animation is also quite over rated.

Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmm

U probably stole the video that is inside. It was probably a wmv or avi video that was imported.

P.S. The preloder was demented.

Mixed thoughts

The button preloader thing was messed up,
The music sucked so many balls it beat green day's record,
As for the 3d though, i think it was very well done, i understand that this (hopefully) was not a full project but you just messing around with 3d, you have great potential and you dont see alot of this kind here NGs. I think you can do great if you put that much effort (and then some) into a full 3d project, with a story, settings, better music,text, and everything else you didnt have.

Oh and you kind of overdid the slowmotion parts,
Actually it was pretty much all slow motion.

good 4 the only 3D animated on this site...

that was great because u the only person on this site that did that but no everyone think its sux.

That was horrible!

The preloader is messed up and you never even went back to fix it, and you added so much slowdown on purpose, which didn't belong. And there was no action. And it was a lame attempt to immitate The Matrix.

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3.47 / 5.00

Jul 18, 2004
3:29 PM EDT