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Enjoy this exciting laser show, lots of lights :D Music by Sessile Nomad. Go check out his music :D

Hope you liked it! Please give me a review, I would really like to know how I could improve!

Box-Killa

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The depth is nice

I know that this was not intended to be anything that artsy, so I will not try to analyze that much. The ending music (how it loops) is kind of annoying, though. It is always interesting to experiment with shading and light effects. It could have used better effects in itself of course. It is fine for a quick watch as the music is nice and the little strings (or lines) do sync up well. I like how they changed colors and showed you were not just doing the same thing over and over. Working with simple patterns is always nice.

Not too original

Not too original, but very well executed. The lines are in synch most of the time with the music, which creates a very nice effect.
The colour changes could have been synched a bit better, though. At least it seemed to me that the changes came a bit random. But maybe I just missed the pattern behind it.

Too bad the flash is so short. Even though this is FBF and those flashes are generally shorter than non-FBF flashes this is short even for a FBF flash (if that makes any sense... ^^).
It would be nice if you added a second, similar song to the flash to make it a bit longer.

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Interesting

It fits nicely with the song in that you've chosen, but there could be more. (As i know people have said.)

The movement moves well, but it looks like it's ever so slightly of beat, bit luckily it doesn't continuously become off beat, but it's consistently on beat but not. ( I hope this makes sense)

But what you could do, instead of just a lot of circling and ups and downs. Make it rise and fall with the intensity of the song. Also make sure the color changing isn't just at random times either, though i think it only really did that a couple times.

Anyways, it wasn't to bad. =3

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Great frame-by-frame, but too simple

I loved the frame-by-frame animation you put into this piece. The music and the squiggle felt perfectly synced, and I loved the flow that was projected from it. The colorfulness and simplicity was great and charming, but I also felt that the weak point lied within it.

The flash was a little too simple. Just a line moving around a screen to a beat is a pretty unexciting thing to watch. Try adding more elements to it next time. Maybe strobe lights in the background, or some other objects growing and moving to the beat of the song. Spice things up a bit.

Overall though, a pretty solid unsung gem, and I hope to see future efforts.

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A little short, but not bad.

I think that there are some positives to take away from this piece - the pace is good, almost perfectly synced with the piano, though with the speed that SessileNomad encouraged in some of the parts, you'd be hard pushed to recognise if you were out of time there, I feel.

I'm not too pleased with how short the piece itself is - you'd be much more capable of making a flash that had a duration of closer to 2 minutes. The animation style requires a little more finesse and presentation, because it's just squiggles. I'm not wanting to sound harsh, but that's all you've got there at present. Taking it forward would have some of these squiggles coming together and dancing, forming images that move about the page and give the viewer something amazing to behold.

This next step could be crucial to the development of future projects of yours and I'm confident that you can take this further, with some of SessileNomad's more adventurous pieces, or, dare I say it, your own.

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2.80 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 15, 2009
6:23 AM EDT
Genre
Experimental
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