Tripod Troubles

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Here's a weird one for you all! Hoverton is a recluse robot who lives in a cabin near the woods. And we all know that meteor-ships carrying massive alien robots usually land out there. Trust me. It's happened plenty of times. Hope you enjoy it.

(Low quality seems to run the best. Also, leave a review!)


An excellent flash

I reaaly hope to see more of your work in the future. This one is sweet, I like the style. Stick with the robot, he's one of my favs

Very cute. :3

I don't really get the main point, though. Is it trying to say that, because the tripod made him come outside, he was saved from the meteor? Or did he cause the meteor to come down? I dunno. Very nice animation, though! I enjoyed it.
5/5 :3

Falconer02 responds:

There's a main point in this? We got a thinker here!

Just great

All I can say was the animation kicked ass, and the punch line did too.

Overall the animation was smooth, and the sound was incredible.

If you could make a tutorial or something on how you animate, I'd praise you forever, because my styles take up too much file size, and otherwise are horrible.

Falconer02 responds:

Hey thanks a lot. I'm glad a lot of people are enjoying it. I'm not sure if I should make a tutorial about it...it might take a while to make. But if you're interested, I could send you an .fla file with one or two scenes in it so you could look it over. Email or aim me if you want.


That was funny. "At least I learned a very important lesson. That... uhhh.... Well, I guess I didn't learn anything, I just have a lot of unanswered questions. Like, how could that small amount of oil fuel that big of a rocket? Oh God!!" I really liked his voice too.


I was hoping for a story...

This was smart, 'How could such a small amont of oil fuel that big of a robot?'
Your answere was 'who cares'

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4.12 / 5.00

Sep 20, 2006
2:12 AM EDT
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