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Dec 17, 2006 | 4:45 AM EST
  • Frontpaged December 18, 2006
  • Weekly Users' Choice December 20, 2006
  • Review Crew Pick December 20, 2006
  • Daily 2nd Place December 18, 2006

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A music video with the song "Future is what we are" by Ken Ishii. (4 minutes long)
Got flash 8, and after experimenting with some of the effects this idea appeared on my mind. Didn't used any 3d program to it, everything was done with Macromedia Flash 8.
Try lowering the quality if its too choppy.

Really took my time with this one. Started in June, altough half of it was finished in the last two weeks.

I'm gonna focus more on drawing, so don't expects more flashes soon (At least long ones) and I doubt I gonna do other as complex as this one...
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Rated 2 / 5 stars

I'll have to mark you down... sorry

Hey, there is no kidding about your style and animation talent! That was by far the most beautiful flash I have ever seen! But why, you say, do I mark you down?

The sound really REALLY pissed me off, it sounded like a person bragging.. and I hate arrogant sounding sounds..

Third, this didn't really have a REAL story that I can figure out. This is the only story I found, people shooting each other....

There WAS NO HUMOR INVOLVED AT ALL!! this basically is an experiment flash that you put together. No ONE, absolutley NO ONE can mark down your animation techniques. Use them wisely, don't go wasting them on experimental flashes. Have a real obvious story. Some of us aren't as smart as you are ;-).

Good job, anyways. I couldn't ever do that in a million years....

(hey, keep in mind that I am a dark aura person...)


Rated 2 / 5 stars


i coulda sworn i saw a xana mark on the blimp thing


Rated 2 / 5 stars

good animation but....

someone has dont WAY too much ecstacy


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Flashy but not attention grabbing

It was a nice use of flash and it had good music but it couldnt keep my attention.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Ooh! to Hoo.....

GRAPHICS: The graphics were flashy and buzzy, and seemed like a fairly accurate prediction of a hustle-bustlely futuristic city. As much as I liked the eye-candy, it reminded me somewhat of Samurai Jack, which I find to be a very tedious cartoon.

STYLE: It had the vibe of the Tron level in Kingdom Hearts II: Out of place, detatched, and overall tacked on.

SOUND: I REALLY liked the song an eigth of the way into it, but then I realized that it was VERY repetitive; it's not your fault, so don't take it personally.

VIOLENCE: Roboty violence is okay in moderation, not in moderate moderation. If you mixed in some people blood, that would have totally uped your score in style as well.

INTERACTIVITY: All hail the play button!

HUMOR: It just wasn't designed to be funny.