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This is a 3D short made during my college years.
It may not be pure flash but I can tell you that the animatic story-boarding, 3d computer interfaces and credits are animated with the help of flash.


Bounty hunter Kyu is on a mission to capture her next target, the fugitive LenZ. She is lucky enough to find him on her next train ride. LenZ tries to escape from her, but dodging her attacks creates instability to the train and endangers both their lives.

(c) 2012 Eugene Chu

Edit: Thanks for all the comments and votes!


The animation was very good, but the running felt kinda forced, not really fluid. I couldn't tell if it was supposed to be slow-motion or not. If not, then try to make the running more fluid and responsive to each step. Make the characters lighter on their feet as they run. It looked kinda as if they were trudging or slamming their feet as they took a step.

Otherwise, very good job.

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Cool but you need to spice up the action/speed or camera work.

It felt a bit dead at certain points but that might be because of lack of voice acting/noises.

This is awesome work but you should get a director/editor involved who has experience with cutting frames/scenes to make em the slickest but if this is one of your first video's like this then nvm that because everyone has to learn editting/directing sometime :P

as much as i hate furry stuff, the animation is too well done for that to affect you too greatly

Very good animation overall,

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Would give 5/5 but no... furfags.

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4.43 / 5.00

May 7, 2012
9:59 PM EDT
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