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Life of a Larva

rated 2.70 / 5 stars
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Nov 11, 2010 | 6:16 PM EST

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Author Comments

just think what you can do while bored, one afternoon..

I want to thank Joakim Wretlund and Daniel Johansson for our bananashrimp conversation

though it might be hard to understand the joke if you weren't a part of this conversation :P



Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Re-entering "MY" review

it is short and boring.

-is there a problem in "my" review for you to remove it? it is my comment.

maxman5 responds:

are you 5 years old or what? :D


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Talent with Potential

You have talent in every aspect of making a flash. If you keep at it, I am sure you'll get something on the front page or highly rated. You just need to find something with the right mix of story, humor etc. to capture the audience. There was some here: in some sense this flash is underrated in terms of talent. But it is correctly related because although it's funny, it's not THAT funny. For example, if you started it with 2 humans and one saying "I wonder what it would like to be a bug..." and then this being a daydream, that would increase the humor level.

maxman5 responds:

thx, good tip ^^


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hea Hea

It was really cute! With a nice dark twist at the end :) I enjoyed it. A tad short, but it was sweet/simple and straight to the point!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


ehh the rest of the ppl just haten on you i like the clip it was funny to me


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

Art quite good, animation OK. short and simple, but does the job. Would have been really good if you rose to the challenge of animating the pupa coming out as an adult. Showing the long time it can take to emerge would emphasise the punchline.

Technically its true- there is no larva in this movie, going into the chrysalis makes it a pupa and coming out is the imago or adult.