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From Homestuck, on my webcomic, mspaintadventures.com.

Obviously makes more sense if you are caught up on the whole story, but hope you enjoy anyway!

edit: Thanks to those who've watched it and left comments. The small file size is just the loader, the rest of the movie is about 50 MB, hosted elsewhere on NG. Tom is graciously helping me host this file for my site, and since it's already on here, I thought it would be cool to drop it in the portal.

If you're watching this and already read Homestuck, thanks for following. If you're new to it, hope you like it and will consider checking out the story. There are many animations of this sort, making much more sense in context.



i ecpecially liked the part when this weired stuff happend !

Your imagination puts my imagination to shame.

I especially liked the part with the corrupted space frog and the part where the crazy cat people accidentally the entire cosmos.

This is amazing...

seems like it'd be a good music video for MGMT...


Knowing the story of Homestuck full well before ever viewing this, it has certainly cleared up some of my questions. The music held true with the rest of the comic, the whimsy of MSPA memes that have carried from one story to the next are well integrated, and overall I've thoroughly enjoyed devoting time from my weekends to reading such an exciting and inventive tale.

I did notice a few scenes where the transitions were choppy, but this is certainly the best collaboration I've seen on Newgrounds in quite a while. In fact, knowing full well how many people were involved in creating this piece, I'm more than a bit impressed at how well it turned out. A strong congratulations goes to all who contributed, and I've even more reason to peruse the MSPA forums.

I patiently await your next update, Andrew Hussie, and I'll certainly be watching you from a predesignated distance statistically denoted as "average."

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[A] Review.

I don't want to literally bore you to death, you people of the art, music, commissioners, producers, editors, writers and creators... so here are my personal grading reviews.

Flash Overall: 4/10.
Flash Movement: 2/10.
Flash Overall Color and Shading: 8/10
Flash Track Colors: 8/10
Flash Secondary Colors: 3/10
Digital Art: 10/10
Flash Art: 7/10
Flash Music: 9/10
Flash Music Composite: 6/10
Flash Music Transition: 23/100
Overall Music: 7/10
Overall Track Speed: 4/10
Overall Quality/DV Module N Graphics: 33/50
Omniscient Rounded Shading: 3/10
Layer Shifting: 8/10
Composition Setting Module: 66/100
DVI Video Directory: 45/100
Sound Module: 0/10
Sound AVI:0/10
Sound Overall: 0/10
Sound Effect(e.g., bass, stray noises, etc.): 0/10
3rd Person Features(e.g., Title Screen) : 1/10
Loading Flash Module: 2/10
Storyline: 3/10
Copyrights/Protection Scams: 0/10
Advertisements: 0/10
Ending and Beginning: 3/10

Now for my written review.

This... this is both the great combination of both disturbing and interesting idealogical expressions. I loved this so much. I loved it in enormous amounts of respect in any way possible. Everything was just.... Un-perfect. Yes. Un-perfect. This is one of the most ethical, creative and unique idea's I have ever seen in my life; regardless there were humongous amounts of fatal errors that damaged this idea, crumpled it up, and threw it in the shit pile. Literally, I'm not saying this is bad, or anything like that. But... were the programmers or editors on crack that day? Do any of you, anyone who worked to create this (obviously not created with a solo-operative editor) know how to use soft keyframes in motion? This could have ever been the most fantastic edition of Newgrounds showcase franchise and half of what it was meant to be was screwed up by others and simple-minded videographers. Depending on what program you or anyone used to assemble such pieces of art should be cautious in logical flash movement operations. Don't think it ends there- The title screen... after I saw it I literally said in my mind: "What the fuck.". The loading screen does not prior to anybody, considering it takes as long as a 50 year-old man to shit in a bathroom filled with bundles of newspaper from the 1960's. After the whole movie, I was so shocked, but with mixed feelings. Was this good, or bad? Creative, or selflessly slapped into a video compromise? There was no credits at ALL, which was very disappointing. I waited about 5 minutes for it to come, then I realized that there was none, and there was no ending scene. Just a window of sight broken into the depths of hell, embossed in the creation of the sun and moon, time and space, fire and torture. The music was slightly okay, although the transition could use a bit of work, seeing that there is about 4 seconds in between the scenes where there is no sound at all. Which brings me to another situation: sound. THERE IS NO SOUND! WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD SET UP SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND ADD ABSOLUTELY NO SOUND? I may be very childish to use caps at a time like this, but this is just inconceivable madness. No weaponry sounds, no planetary explosions, no Onomatopoeia, no anything. Maybe thats just how this flash is, but thats your loss of anything, by far of what I care at all. The art of mediocre, really. The pixelation was downgrading, but it was a nice touch. Graphics, even at high, can't become awesome as they are today.

So I am telling you right now, just now... that all of you have unique momentary mental sights. But these elements are essential in order to succeed at a much higher rate in fast flash. Artwork doesn't grow on trees, I tell you that. This was a very nice try, and a very anime-like scene; I like that. But you all must add more and use more fortification. Use more physics. And you all will become great as I call myself a great review performance writer. Thank you, and good night.

(P.S. On the loading screen, (which took inevitably long) it said: 'Upgrading Aluminum towels'. LOL.)

4/10, 3/5


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4.49 / 5.00

Oct 25, 2011
7:50 PM EDT