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Landing in a Flash Can

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This is my first Newgrounds entry, though it's not my first animation by a long shot. It's also kind of a tribute to the whacked-out musical stylings of The 'Ledge', whom I think definitely needs more exposure.
With this movie I wanted to add my own twist to the 'Animutation' scene [yeah, I know.. So 2001..], and to match the energy of the song by cramming lots of references [both obvious and obscure] into a short space of time.
Thanks to Neil Cicierega and Andrew Kepple for inspiration.

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I thought it was funny when Tim Duncan got splashed with soup.


I dunno if that was an attempt at being funny through random humor... actually I don't know what that was.

Less imported images, more animation.

((( LOL )))

Haha it was funny, but it has alot of random stuff, maybe its what you wanted but i dont know, but anyways notbad for a first submission, it does need some compression of the file, but other then that its good stuff....

Some compression, and more original ideas throught the flash...

Entertaining and neat but needs more to it, aswell as some compression of the file...


kentucky fried animutation

The 2nd that i know of animutation set to country music is a delightful departure from the normally garbled foreign language animutations we all know and love. landing in a flash can also departs from the norm by using modified webpages for backgrounds instead of seizure inducing flashy patterns. not that theres anything wrong with flashy patterns or seizures. overall, it was beautifully synched up with the soundtrack.


very random... didn't really understand the whole idea behind this one, but the audio was cool and your efforts were good.

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2.95 / 5.00

Dec 1, 2005
9:49 AM EST