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The Curious Incident

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Full Name: The Curious Incident of the Man Walking Away from the City

A flash about an inside joke that me and one of my friends have. During English class, we read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, so my friend goes over to me and just blabs out "Dude, The Curious Incident of the Man Walking Away from the City!" We began cracking up for what seemed like forever. We both drew what we saw in our heads when we thought "The Curious Incident of the Man Walking Away from the City", I didn't like his, so I just made a flash about my idea. I hope you enjoy this as much as we enjoyed it back in English Class.

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Well made, but empty

The animation was actually good (despite what others have said), and the music choice and timing was well executed. However, it would've been nice if it had a nice plot. So, I hope you'll continue with other flashes that are easier for the population to embrace and appreciate.

MarkZone110 responds:

Thank you for the compliments. I'm sure you can tell I'm kinda a Newbie at flash, and I thank you for your understanding...


Not really. Badly animated (the walking cycle, the cyclone) and the music kept on repeating.

There's a reason they call it an inside joke

They're usually only funny for the people who heard it originally.
Otherwise, fairly basic.. Don't have anything to comment on really

not good

this was not good, work on everything from...

music choice
sound effects

Inside jokes don't work on internet portals.

Unless you explain them, which you didn't. Credit to the oddly appealing music and slightly hypnotic walking but the shortness and seemed pointlessness drags it back down.

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1.40 / 5.00

Oct 11, 2009
12:31 PM EDT