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WOW for reflections

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This is something I submitted for a school contest, the PTA-sponsored Reflections. The theme this year was "WOW."

"WOW". Very simple, but hard to interpret. So, I decided to incorporate my own universe into this submission, the one in which my other series "Cyborgkid 2853" takes place.

I'm happy to say that it won in the film category in my school, county and state. I have just found out that my entry will compete at the National level.

ENJOY AND PLEASE VOTE AND REVIEW! 0_^

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A quite well made animation.

The style was a bit choppy, but the art was great. I especially loved the part when he rose up and screamed "This is MY imagination!"

Except, the ending was a teeny anti-climactic, mostly at fault of the music's position. It just started to do the "vvvweeee-vwaaaaa-uh" noise, so... It was a bit off.

All in all, 9/10, 5/5.



WOW

WOW! Just WOW



some kind off matrix?

i think the framerate could be higher, it would look more dynamic.
thats a interesting way to interpret "WOW" xD i dont want to know what would come out if i had to think about a concept :D
all in one a bit confusing, it could take more pictures per second, you could try to work with very fast tweens at a high framerate, it always looks good that way xD



i liked it

it was a little hard to tell that he wen't into his imagination until he said so. but other than that it was a great flash. kudos



I love your style.

That, and I like your seeming sense of what the future may bring. You seem to have been influenced at least somewhat by the more recent "Terminator" output. That's such a cool mythos to explore, and in some ways it seems so realistic. I look forward to seeing where you take this thing. :-)


EVanimations responds:

Thanks and review my other flashes! You'll like "Alphie's Story" best if you like the future.

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