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Arrogancy: Chapter 3 (SV)

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First things first - I was recently laid off! If anyone knows of any open illustrator or graphic design, etc. positions, please let me know! Now, on with the description:

This is the "small version" of Arrogancy: Chapter 3. The full version is too large to place on this site - Tom said he'd do it manually later. However, I decided to upload this more "accessible" version for modem users.

This version is lacking lip syncing and voices. The full version is available on my site.

In the third episode, the story and animation evolves even more. It's around 5 minutes long. Uh...that's about all I can say.

Warning: For those of you that come here to strictly see random violence with an overabundance of blood, naked dress up pictures, and stickmen shoot em ups with backgrounds exported from Swift 3D - you won't find it here, so don't download this and then give me a zero because it wasn't what you wanted to see. This is the third part of a continuing series, so you may be lost if you don't view the other two first.

See if you can find spots for the following NG movies in this episode:

Xiao Xiao
Work It
Pico 2


Hmm. Ho-hum

Um, fan service...it's alot better then the first two, I'll give it that.

Good drawing, but it needs to be more emotive.

First off, the drawing was great. It reminded me of Exploitation Now. The backgrounds worked (thanks to the often monochromatic nature) surprisingly well, and I noticed many little details that emphasized the amount of work you put into this episode. However, there's some stuff you could work on:

1)The voice acting is pretty passive. It's not bad, it just doesn't always fit the action. Same with the music. Also, you could speed up the pace by removing instances where a charcter speaks, and replacing it with a quick look that communicates the needed information.

2)The fight scenes were not exactly top notch. While it would be -for me at least- insanely difficult to make the characters more fluid and still retain the high quality of the art, there must be some way. Maybe make it really fast so you don't notice if the art's less detailed. It just wasn't convincing.

3)Storyline. While the storyline's fine, it's pretty tired. You need: a) more action, or b) engaging characters. You seem to be going for b, and that's the better choice in my opinion. But to do that, you need more mystery, ie, not so much background info. Keep us engaged and guessing. Also, if you're going for b, just ignore me; tht stuff takes time.

I feel bad bitching about something far and away better than I could do, but there you go. I hope it was constructive. Overall, I'm impressed.


This one is better than the others but still needs work. Some of the animations are unimpressive and the voice acting... well, y'know.

Yeah, so far this is the best.

Partly because, NO VOICES! Hooray! But mostly because this is the best the animation has been thus far. Everything else, well well well, where do I start? Those fight scenes where ridiculous. Like Lord_Ohmega said, "He's always trying to look dynamic all the time" and that still remains true. Also, if those metal bands on their arms create a jolt of electricity that can knock even HIM out, how come they were not even trying to utilize the technology at their disposal? The sound effects were dumb, and the music wasn't anything too special. All in all, great artwork, story line has thickened by a half-inch, and there were plenty of things that need to be worked on.

Phobos Technology, Phobotech.

Come on!

It's to slow. To slow. To sloooooooooooooow!

It was great anyway.

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3.81 / 5.00

Feb 28, 2002
9:21 PM EST
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