((( VERY NICE )))
This was very good, i reviewed the other one, didnt know you made this one, but very nice, as always great quality love the stle, and great detail, abit big but it was well worth it, nice job indeed...
Good job Naz
I have seen all of your Aurora's and I think that this one is the best so far. The voice acting was really good and I really liked hearing the voices. Everytime I see a new episode it gets better and better keep up the great work. I hope to see more from you soon. ^_^
Review on request
Sup? I've seen your movie, it's pretty good. First of all, I don’t care how people hate me using sticks, but I just like sticks, it saves my time and efforts. My English is pretty bad so bare with me for a few minutes.
It's pretty well done though. I can see you work your animation along with camera to get your move, not all but some. I deducted 2 marks from the graphic score. 1 for the uncolored background and another for the uncolored character.
You know why we need a highlighter, because books are mostly printed in black and white form and the reason highlighter has a color is because the mind reacts and focuses more on colored material. And that is why coloring is important, to give a vivid look for your animation.
Lets say that if your animation were put to a top 10 list, with all the other animations, theirs colored and yours not. Now, what will happen to the viewers is, they will remembered the more lively one rather than the dull which I have explained earlier, brains remember more to a colored material. So with no doubt, your animation will likely fail to get their attention. And that applies same to my stick animation, of course my backgrounds are colored, but then my characters were stick. That of course will lower my position.
Now for the sound, I have to say that the sound effects and background music are as important as the graphic and might be more important in certain cases. The reason I gave your sound a 6 is because I heard a Final Fantasy's soundtrack there. You see, it's not wrong to use a ripped soundtrack, but if you used an overused soundtrack, like FF's soundtrack, especially the battle theme. Every time you entered a battle, the music plays, and when the music plays during your movie guess what happens? Yes, the battle scene of Final Fantasy will eventually pop out from their mind, so it kinda distracting.
So, the best way to put the right background music is to put an older movie soundtrack that gets fewer attention. And of course you need to know lots of music, you cannot simply just add a certain music as it must go along with the situation, you certainly knew that too. And songs and music are totally different in category, that is why I used a famous songs rather than the non famous.
Remember, the sound effects and the backgrounds music are very important. They may or will ruin the final result of your animation.
This is up to your own creativity. I know you learn martial arts, but it doesn't mean that you have to follow the skills bluntly. You can always add a little flavor to the moves, out from expectation, especially the main character. I can't say that it's bad, I mean it is good but when I saw Zen in the second fights between the black suits, but it seemed that you only focused on Zen's moves. Take the whole situation into your mind, not only a person, but as a whole.
A typical 7.9 movie out of 10 for NewGrounds’s standard. You might think my animation is worse than yours and deserved to have a better position. Well... I don't know about that... Really...
These are just my opinions, just take it or leave it. Peace brother and well done on your animation.
your an excellent animator. omfg. your way.. tooo... fucking.... good. except for the crappy microphone on the girl. -____-. REDO THE DAMN GIRL VOICES. its muffled and unenthusiastic... damn good job.
*HICKUP* I liked it! The movement...
...Was so smooth. I didn't like some of the voices. They were muffled. Yet, when the clothing moved, I loved the sound. The best part was the action sequence. *HICK* Cheers!