i totally loved this. and then hatredy really made it worth a fav and 5
Thanks, man. My new one is taking a bit longer to make...you know...with my laziness...
Pretty good one. A buit of effort in this one
Only thing is you have the "Which backstreet boy is gay" song mistakenyly attributed to Weird Al. Common Misconception.
But a very minor detail and not in the way of a 5.
Actually, I can respond to your review in the same way I did Calibremon's:
"Thanks for reviewing, man. And about the Weird Al thing...I actually found out he didn't make it about a week or two after I posted it. I'll change it eventually...but...I'm reeeeeally lazy..."
Apparently, I'm also too lazy to write another response...I'm gonna lay down on the keyboard now... bvnnnnnnnnnnnnvc bbszwaq weFKLGVSGDFGK DNFGHJDFGSD 4HSHS0HGHS52 5KI8LK\H ]
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You were treading on thin ice
And I was about to 3 or 4 this.
Then, scene changes, and I hear the conversation from Leeroy Jenkins.
You're fucking fived.
Great Flash, buuuut...
Awesome flash (LEEROY JENKINS F.T.W.) but I just want to mention one teeny tiny detail.
Alfred 'Weird Al' Yankovic (no 'h') did NOT write 'Which Backstreet Boy Is Gay?' Sorry for being a pedantic little bugger, but I'm a big Weird Al fan and I don't like it when people credit/blame him for pieces of music he didn't write.
Other than that, very well done. The sound was well-synchronized with the animation, and yes, there was a little bit of a quality issue with some of the audio, but other than that, fabulous job.
I myself am trying A Phoenix Wrong animation for my very first Flash project, so look out for that.
Thanks for reviewing, man. And about the Weird Al thing...I actually found out he didn't make it about a week or two after I posted it. I'll change it eventually...but...I'm reeeeeally lazy...
Update: I've lost the source file, can't change it...
Damn fine job
I really enjoyed this one and laughed quite a few times. The only real issue I have is that the audio on some of the scenes, which were obviously recorded using your mic, has a lot of background buzzing. Make sure that your case fans and everything else in the area are turned lower when recording.
Other than that little quip, this was great. You used many ideas I had planned on doing when making Inspired Justice 3, but ended up cutting due to time constraints. Love the use of Metalocalypse's Deathklok for the ending music and the credit roll.
I look forward to more from you.
Thanks for reviewing. But you're wrong, I didn't put my mic up to the TV screen or anything. What I did was use a double-ended cord to connect my microphone jack to the headphone jack on my television. It usually works pretty well, but the ones with the buzzing were VHS tapes, so...BAD quality.
Well, again, thanks for reviewing and love your PW work! My third and last is coming out late this year, so look out for it.