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Broken Home (remake)

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This is the remake of the original flash movie i made a while ago. Please dont vote this movie low because it is somewhat simliar to the orginal, i took alot of time on this :D. be sure to check out the special features! (i know this is a stick movie and alot of ppl here dont like stick movies, but what can i say? please dont be too harsh :D)

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wow

good but 108 layers!?

((( AWSOME )))

Very awsome, and the start of it was very impressive, this kinda just ended i was really getting into it to, i hope you had plans on finishing this as it was very good and the story is very interesting keeps a viewer wanting more, very good set-up at the start and good artwork, anyways hope the next art job comes out just as good...

~X~

.. could have been better...
It's too bad u used sticks.. :/
and it was so short..

Not Bad

Well the flash was alright. I didn't like your choice with the sticks for this reason. You didn't really have to many movements that were hard to do like kicks or punches or anything. So why didn't you just create some creepy robbers that would have made a cool flash.

Graphics: The graphics were pretty solid even for the sticks. I loved the job you did on the house that thing looked great and the inside was so elborate.

Sound: The part in the beggining was really well done with the gun shots you did a solid job on that. The ending good the guy screaming worked well

OVerall: Not Bad 8

nice backgrounds

Could have used more shades... and also, get rid of the sticks. Try to actually animate something that hasn't been done before...
Nice try though.
2/5

Credits & Info

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3,766
Faves:
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Votes
19
Score
3.58 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 4, 2004
1:16 AM EDT