that was a good idea
that was a good idea
This was a very good movie. It was hilarious. Good Thinking, man.
nice work man...
...I like how the robot seemingly got away with out a scratch, only to collapse shortly after. Then the guy collapsed too>.< Nice animation, the sound got a little irritating near the end, but overall, I enjoyed this. Good work...
Wow,this had really good animation compared to your other movies ive seen.Pretty short though,and an unexpected ending.Allthough i should have expected it to end with both dying though,lol.You couldve made this into w a hole series if you wanted to,with lots of episodes of being hunted and make it longer,lol.Keep up the great work!
Nathan Malone presents a ZPL film, eh? Heh.
Yay for redundancy. But anywho... Plausible story? Plausible stories be damned! Dis-illusioned Pirate, Thrice 1 & 2, Melty the Snowman, and Bumpercar Gremlin may not have been plausible, but they were freakin' hilarious and/or awesome, and they still represent your bestest work. Oh, and the apple scene in Halloween Tricks is QUITE plausible IMO. ANYwho, that said...
This is certainly quite the visual and whistly-wind masterpiece right here, that's for sure. I can't say I enjoy it as much because while it presents an almost silent movie western/sci-fi feel, the lack of any dialogue (spoken a la Melty or written a la Pirate) means we don't have that wondrous resulting fun and hilarity. Now, that's not to say that I don't enjoy seeing serious or dramatic or suspenseful work from you, but I guess I'm just accustomed to the comfortable feel your non-video-clip-including animated comedies provide.
Anyway, it's evident you put a lot of thought into an actual backstory and framework for the plot this time, and that's a good thing indeed. The chase/standoff/gunplay was all well done, if a bit slow overall. I liked the transition from the desert to the town. The binoculars were really cool as well (though they kinda disappeared with no warning between him drawing his gun and the faceoff with the robot dude). The visual creativity evident in the well drawn scenes and backgrounds is really the best thing of all, though. Great work, but I look forward to a return to comedies along the lines of Melty and Bumpercar. I hope I hope I hope. Or an experimental tour-de-force such as Thrice 3 (heh) or somesuch. KEEP IT UP, Zekey. You rock my flash-viewing world.