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Oct 2, 2006 | 11:14 PM EDT

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i thought of doing something with only music but not a music video. i really have no idea wat i was doing while making it



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I liked it. You should make it longer, maybe long enough to use the whole song. Were those trees from an overhead view at the end? The ending was kinda abrupt, maybe you could have it zoom out from the trees and show the whole world. That'd be a cool ending.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was truely a pice of art. the music was perfect for the animation. the animation itself, was ok. it was pritty good. but it could be better. thats about it. oh it was alittle short but w/e. that was realy good. lol i loved that song. i realy hope this passes. oh and what was that song?



Rated 3 / 5 stars

I liked it.

I thought it was pretty good. The music was chosen well, and the pictures were simple and fitting. There are a few things that could be improved upon, as there usually are. First, the grass scene. It was obvious that the loop was just a back and forth sway; try making it a little more drawn out and complex. Make a few stalks sway a little further than the others and then rebound a little, or have a slight gust of wind; anything to break up the clump animation. In general, it's things like the separation of individuals in the background that give a flash the replay appeal. Also, I'd give it a couple more seconds before looping, just so it doesn't get repetitive. (Don't let a loop play more than twice; three times at absolute max. Usually, it's noticed by the second time, and annoying by the third) The second thing, and really, the last, is the "end." Get rid of it. In a flash like this, your ending should fit the beginning, in this case the sunrise. Ending with a back screen and type cuts off the viewer's thought process. A more fitting end would be a sunset followed by a fade. Fade to black is final, saying "and there you have it" ; Fade to white is reflective, asking "well, what do you think of that". Ultimately, it all depends on what you want to leave us with.

This flash is intriguing, and there is much to be said for a flash that has that value. Keep up the good work.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice Concept, But...

It wasn't executed correctly. It looked nice, and it sounded nice. But you should, using that style you've developed, create a silent movie, with only music. Change of musuc for any action, romance etc... but do it like that, use those graphics and you're set. Nice, and I voted to save it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I loved it.

I really enjoy movies like this where it's just simplistic moment made into a really relaxing and bigger picture flash. One thing I noticed was your top windows in the city skyline scene... Purpose behind that? Anyways keep up the good work! I really enjoyed...