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Jim & Joe: Pancake

rated 2.47 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Jan 6, 2011 | 2:39 PM EST

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This is my first flash, so try not to have high expectations, or any expectations at all.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


About your animation i don't got much to say because theres not much going on but its a very nice start.The characters don't have much life in them and theres a moment in the flash when theres nothing happening and its not very visually interesting just staring at 2 weird drawings(no offense)for a moment.Those type of silent moments its always good to add them after one of the characters does something really stupid or says something stupid or funny.You should of added more movement in the characters like making them look like theres breathing,add them blinking theres eyes and you should of really added some background or some animated background so when those two characters stop moving at least i know my browser didn't freeze.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


You should make more and give names to the

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

xD for ur 1st flash

u can do better...... U WILL DO BETTER


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this explains it all

i now know the meaning of life

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

For a first job...

For your first flash, this is pretty good. There is certainly room for improvement, though. Here are a few steps that may help you create better and higher-rated material:

My first point would be to record the audio slower, as it is more important that the viewer can understand the speech of the characters. Record it how fast you would speak when talking to someone who doesn't hear perfect yet is nowhere near deaf... at perhaps a word to two words per second.

Second off, learning the technique of 'lip-syncing', or having animated characters look like they are speaking, is something that you should experiment in and look into. There are plenty of web resources, tutorials, and tip sites out there that can help with this, and it's a skill that, although being difficult to learn, can help you make great films.

Third down, there's a large amount of community resources out there to help you with getting even better at flash... I hardly know anything compared to many folks out there, and I can promise there are people who know both less and more than you about the program.

Good luck, and keep on animating!

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