stop acta in europe
stop acta in europe
The giant textblock in the beginning was hard to read, mostly because it went away to fast. Like others already said, one couldn't understand what the guy was sayin', unbalanced text/animation relation, blablubb.
But I agree with the message and literally EVERYTIME I think of ACTA/SOPA/PIPA, I think of Metternich, the STASI, the KGB, and Mirror's Edge... <- hmm, why THAT one? o_Ã"' Well, if that's our future, we're gonna start running, right?
lol, yes. Look. Im going to say the same for you as I have said for others. I was pressed on time and wanted it done. I am sorry it did not come out that good, but maybe... if the movie were to get finished, it would come out alot better. Anyways, Thanks for your guys' thoughts on this.
Sorry, pal, but I don't rate based on whether I agree with an artist. This was barely an animation, and tons of text. The enormous block of text in the very beginning was not up long enough for me to read it. The kid on webcam was voiced too quietly. The rest of the entire film was just text. Finally, I for one am not a fan of what little art there was. By the way, that wasn't a preview, it was a political commercial.
It's considered a preview if I plan on continuing it. And I am sorry about the audio. Once I get better recording equipment maybe you'd be happy then. I am not too pleased with how this came out, but I was pressed on time and wanted it finished. Getting the message out was far more important then the quality. I am sorry I couldn't make a better animation for you.
I do agree with anti-ACTA stuff, but it wouldn't be fair to rate your flash super high just cause it's against ACTA, would it? Let's review it based on its merits.
I liked the art style in the beginning. The audio was way too quiet though. I didn't catch a word that guy said. After that it was mostly text except another appearance by the character I saw before (now with facial hair) revealed that what I thought was a kid in his early teens must have been older than he appeared to me. This changed my opinion of the art style a little, since the age of the character you were drawing didn't come across as clearly as I had thought that it did. Then there was more text promising... I dunno what exactly Anonymous was promising. More flashes? More petitions? Your author comments say you're not affiliated with them, which raises so so many more questions. This was overall rather confusing and didn't have much plot or entertainment value aside from "hey guys, I don't like ACTA", which isn't enough to justify a real great score.
I was pressed for time my friend. Trying to push things together when in a rush kinda makes you miss some things. I agree that it doesn't deserve a high score just because it is against ACTA, but I also had to get the message out. If you didn't notice, the petition I put with the description ends on the 22nd. I also don't understand what you mean about the aging thing. It's possible to have facial hair in your teens...
ACTA is not for internet! ACTA is only for cars, food, clothes or medicines! We won't give up! This movie shows that we're free people :) Thank you :)
You bet that we are free people! Woot! Anyways, let me state that you are wrong to say it is not for internet. In fact it affects the internet greatly (Transverse of paid information, or items like music or art is counterfeit). But it does affect outside the internet as well. It's just that with SOPA and PIPA, the freedom of the internet seems to be where the focus is.