This was a dramatic yet sad piece of work.
The art style seemed to have a sad look to it and seeing everything eventually fade with time as he slowly goes depressed in the afterlife wishing he could talk to anyone, have some to listen. Just being able to see something other than books seems like it would bring peace to the poor soul.
The audio is very clear. The echo added near the end as the static begins to kick in adds a sense of sadness. It leaves one wondering why he ended it all. However, the message is clear, even if one is sad, there is always someone out there who will listen to you and try to help.
Overall, sad piece and the message gives one hope at the end.
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thanks for the awesome review =D
That was deep but one question: How can you regret dying if you are already dead?
having a consciousness that floats aimlessly into the void unheard and unsung can decide what it feels.
The voice acting was good but the audio quality was kind of rough. Art is pretty rough too, but despite that, the writing, symbolism and concept were outstanding. It almost makes up for the flaws I mentioned, but not quite so I had to take away a star. Keep it up and you'll only get better. Looking foward to seeing more. You earned a follower :)
thank you for the wonderful review
This was incredibly well written, nice concept of being trapped inside ones own head after death, the overall style worked really well to visualize the instability of his mind (even if it wasn't intentional).
Very solid 4/5! Would like to see this get featured.
Great work. :)
thats a review i like to see! thank you so much for giving me your input, and i hope i can do some more dramatic flashes in the future
This is the best thing I have ever seen.
whoah! thank you so much =D