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This was a quick assignment for my Digital Compositing class, our first assignment specifically to be done in Flash. The only specifics given were that it needed two characters interacting with each other. I went through a couple ideas and eventually settled on this one, with an .fla and .swf file as a father and son, meeting their maker in multiple ways. Runtime's about 30 seconds long, enjoy!


Pretty good

I sure lol'd


funny but too short

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Haha great stuff

Now as I start up on this Wonderfully start to a flash, Apparently I have missed this when it first came out but glad I have a chance to check it out now, and I must say I am Absolutely enjoying your idea here It has Suited me just right and was a good Treat to check out. Allthough this was short but it was pretty funny and a good idea, characters were great, and humor was spot on, nice work indeed. Anyways good entertainment here you really know how to push the effort to the next level, and you really bring it out on the screen so nice job on this one and good effort here, And its sad that im comming close to the end of this review because I really liked what you had to offer here, My Prospective on this it was something differant and nifty.

I like what you have presented here, Its a good production and presents some decent quality of a film work here, I like how this flows along But there could be some more Tweaks To be honest i would just want this longer and more to it, maybe even making a short series out of this.


Funny and educational

I never knew what .fla format was. Now I do.

I don't quite get all of the humor (what happened to the mother?), but I certainly see that there is humor to be had. A fine product.

Not your best work.

The initial dialogue was pretty useless other than to develop that the .fla was the father. Was funny. I would have suggested that the .fla's rant about needing to be bigger was longer. Still funny.

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4.05 / 5.00

Mar 2, 2009
11:46 AM EST
Comedy - Original
  • Daily 4th Place March 3, 2009