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Last Job : Part one

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This is a story of an assassin, who after his last job tries to leave the company he works for. But leaving won't be that easy for him.

- Basically this is my 1st flash work ever. Its actually my 1st flash project too, before this I didn't know how to use flash at all. I started working on this somewhere in late august. Finally I am done. Hope you like it. For the people who hate stick movies, I could really care less since I wanted to get this done ASAP because I didn't have time to work on it. So I decided to use sticks instead of real characters. I had to finish the last scene in about two days and got really lazy on almost everything.

Thanks to all my friends for the support
Thanks to the Voice Actors Association And major thanks to Chris Hurn who came up with the exact voice I needed from his 1st try.

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Great job.

can't wait for part 2. I'm adding this one. Could u pm me when part 2 comes out?
Once again, Great job



totally cool!!!!!!!!!!

not bad.........really not bad...... in fact, it is very good indeed. But you just need to improved some parts in the movie. and to look forward for your second part. :)
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Well, not so bad

To be your first animation ever, I can tell you that you made a good work.
but I suggest remaking the faces, I just don't like it.



loved the loader

but the movie was ok. you need some traditional stick combat--kung fu shit.



Generally a good submission, but some nitpicks

This is a good sub. in general, not bad for a stick-flick (good animation for one thing, above the usual caliber imho). I like the "company" motif, and the office ambience was well done. However, I'm pretty sure that an M16 takes longer than that to reload. Admitadly, I'm basing this on the videogame America's Army Online, but it generally seems to go out of its way to be accurate about that kind of stuff. You still could have made the scene work; just have the assasin kick the target out of the window while he's trying to reload. You could have followed with a slo-mo shot of the target flying out the window with the gun and the clips flying after him. However, you're the director, so it was your call. I'll be watching this series with interest as it developes.


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