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wheatclock distortion 02

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wheatclock distortion 02, award winning.

bluebeet and wheatclock discuss his award winning animation.

15 august 2005. flash 5, speakonia.

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The animation really got to me and was really weirded out by it all then when it got all typical clock flash i got more puzzled,overall this was pretty damn creative and neat.


^^Good Points^^
This was even better than the first episode. I really thought this episode was much funnier, with the speeches made by each character. I have to say that was a very creative conversation. Again, the graphics are very good, excellent coloring and very unique. The music went with the strange graphics as well.

^^Needs Improving^^
Really nothing at this point that I can think of. Basically same as the last episode.


Very Artsy Fartsy!

wheatclock responds:

like totally, dude.

That was great, sir.

Thank you. It is rare that I rate this high, and I usually only review submissions that I become beautifully inspired by, or submissions that end up getting blammed [i sometimes indulge myself in 2, 000 character rants]. I enjoyed the little Frap animation towards te end, timing was brilliant! [I am serious I honestly look foward to more like this, and i congratulate you for your skill.

wheatclock responds:

thanks, i worked hard to try and improve my animations' qualities. good luck, too, on animating, glad i could find something you liked.

nice drawings

i liked the art, was crude and sketchy; with the music it added a nice 'weird' mood.

wheatclock responds:

thanks, i take a lot of time drawing each symbol. i am thinking of making a more epic animation, with a more cinematic feel to it.

Credits & Info

4.00 / 5.00

Aug 15, 2005
1:04 AM EDT