Everyday Horrors

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This is the second relatively finished product I've made with flash. All the images are hand drawn in my sketchbook, then edited in photo shop. Each image is important to me and are symbolic of personal experiences. The thumb is the last button by the way...

The audio are clips taken from a silent hill soundtrack and I do not claim ownership of these.


I fixed a few of the problems, such as the navigation and hopefully it's a little bit more intuitive now. There are still a few things that need to be messed with, but this has been the least of my worries.


Good content, but ...

I really like your pictures and the way you display them for us is great, however, it's not clear enough, you should have an introduction IN your flash or just a line stating to explore from the tip of the fingers, something at least. You were just really close to do something I could see as complete, standing on its own, but you didn't.

not a bad start

i liked the whole audio/visual idea, and in particular i thought that the blue and yellow selections worked well with the way the masking revealed the images, but overall this didnt feel finished to me... the audio needs a little more tweaking as it starts with the preloader and doesnt end when returning from scenes to the scene select, the drawings are a little bit bitmap-grainy around the edges still (could be fixed using a little more attention to transparency and importing as a photoshop image).... and i would maybe suggest doing something to make it more obvious that the hand is a scene selection, because i ALMOST gave you a 0 and moved on because it seemed like nothing else was going to happen once the music stopped.

That said, it's an interesting idea for an image gallery, keep pushing the idea further and you could have something really good.


So much weirdness in the pictures, I was just getting ready for a scary lady or something come out to scary me.....

You Have a very interesting artistic style but...

Some of the navigation used in this was a bit clunky such as the 'thumb screen' where there was no way to navigate back from. I think a more conventional gallery format would have suited your work a bit better. Don't give up.

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2.21 / 5.00

Nov 4, 2009
10:27 PM EST