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Dance Dance Clockradio

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Pretty good

Heh, for a joke piece I think you did well here considering how long it probably took to do the background anyways. Some parts of the lasers coming out from the back sync up with parts of the song too. What's the song called anyways since it sounds so happy?

The background is very nicely done and I think that it is pretty cool how it changes colors a lot and just goes through a cycled loop just like the clock character does as well.

The animation was smooth though so I have to give you that much for making a good looking piece of work that loops without ever getting annoying either which is great. Kind of trippy as well I guess since it repeats as it does. Kind of makes me think of the urban myth game Polybius as well without weird hidden messages added in to screw with your head.

The song you used is rather nice and I like how it sounds too, really cool but what is it called? Would love to know.

Overall, I think this is a great piece of work and despite you having to watch longer than five seconds to appreciate the art of it I think it turns out well. Cool clock piece anyways. I think the only downside here is the clock was only doing two things.

FoXcatO responds:

Thank you for your review. This is actually my first time animating a dance and it actually turned out quite well I think. The song is by Dune and is called I can't stop raving. It's the remixed version by the way. You can find it on youtube by typing this into the searchfield: The Blode Song Mix Thingy You Wanted **DOWNLOAD LINK IN DESCRIPTION.


Very nice, Animated well, the chosen song is good too. Maybe add a couple of different dancing animations or different dancers? :o

FoXcatO responds:

This was just a little bit of fun really. I might do something more elaborate some time.

I like it :D

This looked like crap in the beginning, but it does have content, it is entertaining, and it most certainly passed judgement.

This will pass judgement because the number of people that are patient enough to watch more than 5 seconds happen to outnumber the people who watch 8 miliseconds and vote 0 based on one frame XD

8/10 3/5

FoXcatO responds:

Which is a good thing:)
Thank you for your review.


I'm just going to go ahead and say that this was great, but I'll elaborate later:

The art: It was good -- even though it was a simple picture of a radio-ish creature dancing, you managed to pull that off well. I liked the part where "clockradio" did a split -- the 3d-ish feel was represented very nicely.

The music: Ah, in a music video the music is the dominating factor above the art, above everything else, even though art and animation play a crucial role. The music was fast-paced yet relaxing at points, and it was just sweet.

The animation: Fluid, very smooth, many ways for the word great. Even though it may be nothing more than a radio dancing, it's a very impressive animation style at that, and the background animation is just plain wonderful. It helps me get in the mood, y'know? Even though it is a loop, it transitions wonderfully; I didn't even know it was a loop until now!

Life is good, man. Life is good.

~~ Summary ~~

~~ Good points ~~
1) Nice art
2) Fluid animation
3) Nice music
4) Transitions beautifully
5) Simple

~~ Bad points ~~
None. There's nothing that I can say that's bad about this, except for the fact that maybe it's a loop.

FoXcatO responds:

Thank you very much. I'm glad you liked it.