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A Journey to the Portal

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Aug 15, 2010 | 10:21 AM EDT

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StrawberryClock and company travel to the Flash Portal and make history in this re-enactment of the most beautiful day in history. Happy Clock Day to you all.

The music is "Journey to the Wonderland", from the game KeyboardMania 2nd Mix.

(Oh my god. Daily 4th, and frontpage. To get this high and this far with the dozens of awesome quality Flashes that were submitted this Clock Day means a lot. I'd love to give many, many thanks to all the people who supported me, Clock or not. And very special thanks to the helpful mods who told me what went wrong with my icon issues, and even uploaded an icon for me. You guys have been a great help.)



Rated 5 / 5 stars


AMAZING work! A flash masterpiece! The animation is beautiful but most importantly you match it with the music FLAWLESSLY! This in itself is an artform mostly disregarded and lost, so kudos to you! Great work!

LotusClock responds:

The music was really the main inspiration and the main drive of my story. I often get my movie ideas from listening to music and trying to imagine scenes for it. It's true that many animators might view it as a cheap way to get a movie done, but with the right music and the right idea, you can get really nice results.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Much more joyful than other CC submissions!

This was actually fun to watch!

LotusClock responds:

I'm very light-hearted. Had fun making it, too. :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Quite So.

B indeed.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was fun!

good video, really liked the story!

is it late to ask this? who was the author who submitted the original / first clock video?

LotusClock responds:

StrawberryClock is the original Clock, the one who started it all. All other "Clock" accounts were inspired by StrawberryClock's work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Excellent movie, I am particularly fond of some of the background references.

LotusClock responds:

I always try to sprinkle random references in the backgrounds. I couldn't do that many because lots of scenes take place in the woods, but I'm happy with what I could include. :)