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Spirit Stars - "Darn Dog"

rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Dec 2, 2010 | 11:12 PM EST

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(Update: I've replaced the scrub bar with a slider and made it scrub through the movie. It should work now.)

(Update: I've just been informed about the freeze up. I'm working on fixing the problem, as well as changing the script to get the scrub bar to work again.)

(Update: I took out the scrub bar because it was interfering with the Flash Ads. I will add it back to the Flash once I learn how to apply it without hindering the Flash Ads.)

Natalie convinces her friends, Denise, Kalina, and Lin, to play an old 8-bit video game. Tensions rise as they match their wits against video game history's legendary douche.

Converting this animation from Toon Boom Studio to Flash was much harder than I thought. Toon Boom Studio being a more advanced and sophisticated version of vector animation software, trying to get a Toon Boom animation to work in Flash is the equivalent of trying to get a PS3 video game to play on a PS2 console. There's some black spots as well as off-centered text as a result of importing from Toon Boom to Flash. I managed to fix most of it. As such, I feel a better success with this animation's Youtube counterpart. y_YsTo

Thanks to Tom for allowing me to submit this.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Awesome, very funny, entertaining and well done. Keep up the good job, looking forward to a second installment. Really LOVED it.!!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

now that was EPIC

man i aitn seen that nintendo helmet in ages this flash was awsome i liked the loader movie too you guys should really consider making a series out of this

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brings back memories...

This definitely makes me remember what every gamer that played Duck Hunt wanted to do to that goddamned dog every time he popped into the screen and laughed in your face.

The movie is wonderful, and I'm surprised that it wasn't actually animated in Flash. Kudos to you for diversifying with other tools and managing to create something this nifty.

Excellent job!

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