Upgrade Your Account!

Hey! To start this decade right, we believe Newgrounds should be ad-free for EVERYONE. For this to work, we need people who have the means to become paying supporters. For just $3 per month or $25 for the year, you can help this happen and get some nice perks!

For the month of March we have disabled ads on all E-M content. We need 71 people to reach our goal of 3,000 active supporters. If we hit that, we'll continue with a new goal in April!

Please check out our Supporter Upgrade and consider coming aboard!

Reviews for "Luminiscense"


You ppl r gonna hate me but I started to literary LOL at the planes and then the date, I know, i'm a terrible person but idk y but it was so f-in funny to me. but the ending was pretty nice, and very touching.


I didn't think that a few minutes could be so.... Heart-wrenching.

pretty good

i enjoyed watching this... kinda captivating...

It's a realy good animation, and your drawings are pretty good. But i just need to say one thing. You maybe need to add some frame per seconds, especialy to your main charatcters, don't care about the sub objects or other things into the back grounds,
but it can realy make your animation much much better than now.

I'm waiting for the following sequence, keep going. it's pretty great

just wondering...

Did you intentionally misspell luminescence or was that just a blunder? Either way, it doesn't change my opinion. anyway...

Let's continue with the positive, shall we? the background animation was captivating, and the character design was impressive. The color scheme was well thought out, and added to the overall mood of the movie, which was very mature. The voice actors were phenomenal. The story was, in my opinion, well written.

The character animation (although accurate) seemed a little choppy. Adding keyframes would fix that problem in a jiff. While some shots were interesting, others were very repetitive, such as the dialogue sequences between Chase and April.

Overall, very well done. One wonders why more people don't make flash videos concerning World War II...


The beginning and end came across a touch sentimental and wet, but that's probably just me being in a bad mood after a two hour mathematics tutorial.

Loved the way you introduced the setting after the characters were introduced and as the planes appeared, haven't seen that done before and was exceptionally effective. I was sitting there thinking "Oh, shiiiii..."