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The Well Behaved Boy

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Jan 14, 2006 | 7:02 PM EST

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Warning: This flash requires you to read fairly quickly, as the scenes can sometimes go by pretty fast.

I was inspired to make this flash by something similair to this that happened at school between myself and one my many tormentors. You can probably guess who is who, though I must confess, I am not actually THAT well behaved, lol.

This is also my first REAL flash submission to the portal, unless you count the several crappy 15 second FPFs I made. It took about a 3 weeks and I am fairly satisfied with the finished product. And yes, I realise that animation isnt nearly as good as some of the other artists, but I think it is sufficient for this movie. And please, feel free to leave advice and constructive criticism in your reviews so that I may improve on my next flash project.

Music: "Suteki Da Ne" by Rikki. (From Final Fantasy X)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very sad

I couldn't help but tear up to this emotional peice of work. The music would probably be the most important part of the flash. Without it the flash's emotions just drain away.

But enough about that. The overall story was good. And everything seemed spot-on. Altough I wasn't able to find the message, I still enjoyed it very much.
The words were a wee quick, but as you warned I read. I didn't have too many problems with it.

It seemed well put together, and the animation was nice and smooth. You've put a lot of hard work in this. Glad you took your time to make this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pulls on the heart strings

Although the graphics are not as expert as some, the story more than makes up for it. It's the kind of story that children can relate too and some adults can remember having lived it. I think you have a talent that needs to be honed. The hyphen is only a small problem. Good job.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Impressive for a "first" flash

Ok, so the graphics could be better, who cares. They were fine for the story. I liked the story, it was even believable in some way. Can imagine that if you've never done something wrong, this can have quite an impact. Allthough, seriously, the helping-old-ladies-cross-the-street part was waaay to sappy. :)
Also, towards the ending, there was too little time to read the text. Slow down the framerate a little, or let the text last longer.
Oh yeah, and that last sentence, it starts with well-behaved, but ends with well behaved. It may sound stupid, but after such a sad story, a small mistake like that gave me a little laugh. You may want to change it :)

Sinship responds:

First of all, thanks for appreciating the story over the graphics, because I realize they were very lame.
Yes the old lady bit was cheesey. But it was originally supposed to be a sappy childrens book kinda thing. Yeah, I'll fix that hyphen thing as well.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

what the hell was that???

its was ok but really what the hell was that? this movie is kind of dumb why he run away its a petty dumb reason.

Sinship responds:

It was because he was worried, since he had never gotten in trouble before, he thought he would go to jail or something.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was very good. It was also kind of sad. I really feel that you have made a most wonderfull movie. I can hardly wait to see your next movie. I am sure it will be as magnificent as this one was. You'll get my 5 every time with this level of work. Thank you very much for your submission.

Sinship responds:

*Sniffle* Even though I only got a 2.04/5 as a my score, if I get reviews like this it makes it all worthwhile.