It's everything I hate about DBZ. But when I was a kid I didn't care.
Very good art!
I like your art style and knowledge of perspective. Great job on getting me interested in who the characters are and what they are doing.
Most music would become a disturbance, but another idea would be to let certain panels contain background noise or ambience. For example, if a page of the comic took place in a rainy jungle, maybe you'd hear the drops falling and some of the wildlife noises. Just another way to pull the audience into your world.
I'm interested to see what happens next!
My Spider-Sense is tingling...
Nice movie! And don't sweat the backgrounds. I'd rather see pixels because you had no choice rather than because you suck as an artist. You have a good comic book style, and you creatively combine FBF with tweens to get a nice, smooth animation. If more people thought about stuff like this, we'd all have to step up our game. 10 Stars.
I've always been a fan of FBF, but Tweens have their advantages as well. I tend to use them more for objects and things in nature.
You FBF work is very 'animated', for lack of a better word. Good portrayal of emotions!
Ah yes, if anything, I wanted to show some of the pros and cons of both animation styles.
I like the part about how you hate Tom Fulp, while posting videos on a website that he founded! Hilarious!
FUCK YOU GO SUCK A DICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is such a happy flash, and the music definitely adds to it. Not bad at all for your first movie! Keep it up.
Thank youu! :))
i cant wait to see your new flash!
When you combine classical music with that eccentric art style, I thought I was watching a long-lost episode of Ren and Stimpy!
Not bad for a beginner!
I like the idea you had with this one. I wasn't sure where it was going, but you were able to pull it together. I noticed some things that you could work on for your next trip through the Portal, though ;)
Increase you frame rate. The default frame rate on flash documents is pretty crappy. Step it up a notch and you should be looking good. I like to use 20.
Make sure your backgrounds cover the entire Stage. I noticed lots of white edges that I'm sure you didn't intend on having. Even if you stretch it way bigger than the size of your stage, that's OK.
Work on Tweens. I noticed your grass in the opening scene was moving unnaturally. Trial and error is the best advice I can give, because only you can decide when a Tween looks good.
I understand your time restraint, so I'm not bashing this work at all. I see it as a promising start.
thanks for the pointers!
Frame by frame animation is the true test of a Flash animator's skill. All too often I see people abusing Motion Tweens, sucking life from their animation. Anyone can draw one nice picture and tween it. But you drew hundreds of great pictures, which no doubt took a long time. I applaud you for that.
hilarious easter egg!
I love hearing messed-up lines. Great job on the movie, in just four days....
wow, imagine what it would be like if you had the full 2 weeks!
Yeah, It woulda been better, but maybe next time
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