Miss Dynamite XVIII

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Ok, first thing, there seems to be a bug in the movie for MAC viewers. I have no idea how to fix it, so... SORRY! It seems to be working fine in Wind'oh.
Second thing, if you get a bug during the preloader, let it all load, right-click and rewind.
Turd, mmh, I dunno. Thanks to Kagome, Rina Hidachi, Serge-em and Ice Wolf. The first voice is done by me.
That's about it.



your not doing the poll thing anymore?

I dont know

I really don't know what to say about this
I closed its window when blackie transformed into the bike
Im sure it was great and all I just wasn't prepared for that level of insanity

Amazing, the second best in the series.

That was amazing, you definitely get my 5 this time, this has to be the second best in the series, with XV being the best of course. Anyway I loved this, it was consistently both great and funny throughout. I definitely feel it was for the best that you changed the whole you decide the next episode thing as, you just get to end each episode superbly now, rather than at a slightly dodgy cliffhanger. The best part in this for me was definitely the Transformer at the end, it got a laugh from me, it was also definitely great to see the sound of a decent quality this time. Anyway, well done, brilliant job, keep up the great work.

Peace Out, Afro Stud


Not up to par

Yeah, you were right, the continuity was pretty much shot to hell, and, in this scenario, making jokes about it seemed to make things worse. It just didn't seem like the others. I was very disappointed.

pretty good man

Love your illustration work. Good choice on the voice actresses too. A few critiques; The timing and pacing in most of your animations are consistently slow. Not to mention the animations all too often consist of moving mouths and blinking eyes. If that's your thing, then right on. Just seems a little slapdash for my tastes. I'd still far prefer to see these in comic book form rather than animation since you don't appear to have the time to make your illustration style a fluid animation. What if you were to experiment with limited motion but using a unique way to tell the story? In a manner similar to broken saints, using speech bubbles for narration. That way you can put more time into small bits of animation and loop them, retaining the comic book feel without having people like me feel like the animation isn't telling the story.

I like your surprise at the end of your April Fool's joke too. :) Good job.

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4.14 / 5.00

Aug 22, 2005
11:27 PM EDT