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Inhuman Abduction Part 1

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Jun 28, 2007 | 11:35 PM EDT

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3 weeks in the making, this is my first full length flash movie. But don't let that discourage you from viewing it. This is my Final project for my ND Multi-media college course. It shows hopefully well produced lip syncing and an original storyline.
Set in another universe Aromre Krom stars as a colour changing creature who helps search for missing children from a local village.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Make part two. Or remake this one : D Theres so much bizarre imagery in here, I don't want this to be the only one.

Torm responds:

I think i'll just remake it with all the original artork and include part two.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It was very....

...entertaining ,..unlike 80 percent of the flashes that come through here. Am interested in part two.

Torm responds:

Thanks alot, the next part will hopefully be alot more interesting.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


It was pretty good considering your still developing your flash skills. I think that you could have implied a little arm movement to go with when they are talking. Why did the inhuman thing change colors? He was green, then he was red. The end was slightly amusing because they looked like zombies. I think you could have increased the frame rate slightly to make it look smoother.

Torm responds:

Yeah, i'll probably add more arm movement in future. The second part is going to be alot better animated. Aromre can change colours but I didn't want to have to explain that in the film wasting dialouge time.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad at all

Not bad at all for your first full length flash.

I love the whole concept here...

The only real gripe I have with the game is the almost chalky like movement, I am not sure if this what you intended, if it was im sorry, if it wasnt, maybe work on that a little bit for your next flash.

anyways, keep up the good work, and of course no matter what, always try to improve on what you got right.

Torm responds:

Well I only had a few weeks to finish the film for my college show so I didn't get a chance to include some of the animation I wanted. But hopefully I'll re-submit this sometime in future with less 'chalky' movement. Thanks