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"Sunshine"

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Sep 28, 2006 | 12:29 AM EDT

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Sometimes all you need is a little sunshine...

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VentocheVentoche

Rated 5 / 5 stars

bof....

this is not really interresting



AtzuAtzu

Rated 4 / 5 stars

You just got it right.

You just got the message well shown. It doesn't matter the doodads, you are able to send the message and that's the most important thing.
I love when a character is constantly suffering through the darkness of his/hers story just to be blind by the SUNSHINE.


Luke-Millett responds:

...You mean somebody understands "sunshine"?


thecommunist7thecommunist7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nicely done

I love your artwork and style i expect more from you, you have a lot of potential.


Luke-Millett responds:

Domo arigato Mr.Roboto.


SSEmpireSSEmpire

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good Job But Needs Work

This is actually a fairly nice animation even though you could stand to put a little more work into the graphics. You have some talent but you just need to practice it. Still nice none the less.
One thing that you could really fix is stream the music instead of letting it keep on playing. This will really save on filesize and when you hit the end of your animation, it will stop the music.
Otherwise, not bad. Keep practice and keep making animations. Best of Luck.
~8/10


Luke-Millett responds:

I appreciate your post but a few things, i think the graphics are fine the way they are, i let the music play after on purpose because on "love and suicide" people liked how the music did that, so i did it again. Thanks though.


jmtb02jmtb02

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Loved It

You captured the emotion of this guy perfectly. The graphical style and illustration of the entire piece was amazing. I loved the simple yet effective character, and how it was an immediate bond with the audience for his well being. Great job, you are an excellent storyteller all around.

-John


Luke-Millett responds:

This is the best review for this piece yet.