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A horrible tale

rated 3.47 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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May 6, 2010 | 4:36 PM EDT

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Author Comments

-since play button didn't seem to work for many of you, I made a new submission, which should work-

Yay! My first flash submission.

Well, this has been a hell of a lot of work and a pain in the ass.
Firstly, there is no exact origin for this idea, it just popped up in my head as I was experimenting with Flash.
During the making of this animation a learned quite a bit about Flash and it's (mainly drawing/animating) features. However I still don't completely master motion tweening and paths (which are great useful tools)

Anyways. Enjoy it, and I hope you like it :3



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dude that was sweet!

For your first flash submission i gota say that was awsome. It was really intense with that front view run scene with the monster coming for the guys. It is really hard to capture atmosphere with animation and i think you did it. As far as the graphics go, it was alright but i am sure your next one will be twice as good :-) I enjoyed it

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FroxTech responds:

Alright thanks :) really motivating review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


but interesting, i liked it. the old evil granny laugh at the end sold it :D

FroxTech responds:

Hehe yeah


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good, and quite funny!

When it began, I first noticed the animation. Very well done. I expected this to simply be an epic "Running away from disaster" flash, but then you added that humor at the end! Lol. As I said before, very well done. I enjoyed it completely.

FroxTech responds:

THanks, glad you enjoyed it :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty nice

*May contain spoilers*

The two characters that were running away at the beginning didn't have much detail. They appeared to be slightly fleshed out stick figures. This seemed odd due to the fact that the woman at the end seemed to have more detail. Although the characters were more animated than the lady was. One more thing, the tiles on the house were oddly the same color as the house itself. Of course, realizing the absurdity of the situation and the woman at the end how do I know whether or not the house had tiles? For all I know she could have just painted lines on top of the house to make it appear as if there were tiles there (as seen from a distance because up close it would become obvious).

Anyway, I thought that the animation flowed nicely, the plot was humorous, and the sound effects were tied in nicely with the whole deal.

FroxTech responds:

It's kinda funny how one can be concerned about the color of roof tiles while there's an evil granny out there waiting to eat you.