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Aug 15, 2002 | 6:33 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place August 15, 2002

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a final shootout.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really nice!!

I love Carl Orf's piece, but I hate how it is used to dramatize every damn thing in the world. It was only every used in EXCALIBUR, properly -- all other movies abused it, and trivialized it.

I might have said the same about your animation, but I know you are an enthusiastic amateur just like me, so to be honest, I thought it was really good, as far as style goes. A dramatic, slow-action shoot-out with that piece of music is really excellent.

Only thing you REALLY gotta sort out, is -- you got whole cartridges flying there, buddy. There is NO excuse for that at all, even if you are an amateur. If you are going to portray gunfire, you should know how that stuff works. You got the slides on the guns working properly (and it looks good, btw), so to get that wrong is bad.

That aside, really nice, dude. Cigarette smoking, ashes, slow-motion stuff, classic work, it really is. It makes me think of REAL movies, you know?

Maybe if us Flash animators got our shiet together, we'd be the next Tarrentino? :)

Good stuff dude, really!

HeRetiK responds:

Thanks! Ok, I forgot to draw the bullets withouth their casings, and I'm really sorry. I never thought that people would care about that...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


really good movie!great animations and awesome music


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very very good!

The music made this movie. Without the music, this movie would be boring as hell. This let's you feel the dramatic pain of those people. Revenge. And the wonderfull graphics make it even better! The 3d is either VERY nice! it should take very long to make using frame-by-frame. This should take about 3 weeks. And that's the reason why you get a 9. Well done.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad

Except..... Why on earth are the bullets still in their casing?


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Actually, the song worked rather well.

I played this song in High School, and our Director told us this song was written by Carl Orff to be something like the old Norse gods' Ragnarok. You know, the ultimate battle between good and evil.