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Oct 28, 2007 | 6:56 AM EDT

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Here is a short 30 second clip for no reason whatsoever. Avert your eyes from the blasphemous low fps, but marvel at it's FBF glory!

Update: Phew! The "under judgement" period was a little rough. I'd like to thank anyone who kept it standing! All your reviews are commented.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I liked it.

Not only that, but all the people that have reviewed so far couldn't do half as well.

Thermometer responds:

This review has been stuck in my mind for a long time. It felt awefully difficult to come up with anything at all. It made me realise how hard it is to make worth while content.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


Very short,poorly made, and i didnt understand a bit of it...

Thermometer responds:

You spelt terrible wrong.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Very brief... I don't know what it was, but this damned stick movie caught my interest right off the start. Lack of music, the thunderstorm and minimalism was absolutely engaging. Very odd for a 1 minute flash flick, me liked it.

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Thermometer responds:

Funny you mentioned that because I was thinking about putting music in it, but decided against it for some reason. I think it was because music would draw attention away from the sound effects. I suppose I'll put music in place of sfx in the next one. :D


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Could have done better.

The fps was too slow, and why was the platform moving? Are you only using one layer? But I like the detail in the environment such as the clouds. Maybe make the stick thicker next time?
I'm protecting this.

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Thermometer responds:

The fps was 7, the platform moved so that I could animate around it. It's actually 10 layers, and the platform is divided into 3 parts. The ones in the background move slow, and the ones in the foreground move quickly. The middle layer is the beams that connect the two and is the compromise between them. From your review It's clear that the effect wasn't very shiney. Kudos for the protect. :)


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

It's ok

It's ok but it is too short too sensless and makes no sense and makeing no sense is good so keep up the good work but longer pls

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