Omg that was so cute.
One of my new favorites! I said aw like every... 10 seconds? That's a lot of aww-ing. Beautifully drawn. I loved it.
That really is a lot of aww-ing. Lets see, this is almost 5 minutes long, so... that's about... 28 aws, I guess. Quite a bit. The fact that you loved it sits well with me. Thanks for the review!
good connection between the two
I have to say, this was one of the most entertaining flashes to watch from purely an animation standpoint. I loved the scene that appeared to be on paper. It reminded me of the opening sequence from Juno, my absolute favorite movie of the year.
The plot was cute and simple, and that guy acts like a 5 year old, which could be why Annie is so attracted to him. Hmm, perhaps the deeper personalities of the characters must be examined to obtain the full meaning behind this intricate flash.
Ok, Just kidding. Still a brilliant job: fun, cute, and well animated, all that a flash really needs.
Well, I'm glad you feel that way. Thanks for the in-depth review!
Wow, unique looking and stylish.
This is very beautiful. And it also proves that people can make a good flash without making a whole use of full voice acting.
And you know what the funny thing is? I usually write too much, or say too much when speaking. So yeah, part of the reason they say so little was because I was trying to challenge myself to communicate more through actions than words. That, of course, means more work animation-wise, but I was able to pull it off, so yay for that. Besides, sometimes you can really say volumes by not saying much at all. Thanks for the review and compliments!
But for some reason, it was very choppy animation on my computer. I even tried setting the quality lower!
Really? Hm, strange. I could understand some of the parts that used filters being somewhat choppy, but not the entire thing. Perhaps all the textures? Ran fine for me, though. I'd say try a different computer, if possible. Thanks for the review in any case!