Awesome, as per usual.
Love how you did some techniques only employed by YouTube Poopers. Can't wait for the next one!
Lightly amusing and a great frame-by-frame job.
And Porcupine Tree rules. Extra points for using Piano Lessons as the credits!
The awesome-est "Awesome" movie yet.
The first time I watched the original "Metal Gear Awesome", I thought "This is probably gonna suck". I was dead wrong. Immediately dead wrong.
Now I've just sat through my fourth run-through of "Metal Gear Awesome 2" and I still find it hilarious. Egoraptor, your comic art is brilliant. I couldn't stop laughing.
An okay spriting tutorial.
Tutorials are nice to help beginners, but I must tell you that you are breaking apart your sprites incorrectly. By breaking them apart with Ctrl+B, you leave the background attached with the rest of the sprites, requiring extra work to cut the background out. Instead, go into Modify and select Trace Bitmap. Set the Color Threshold to "0", the Colors per Pixel to "1", in the first drop down menu select "Pixels" and in the second select "many Corners". This allows you to just select the background itself and delete without having to specifically cut out each individual piece.
Now, aside from that, it was a good tutorial, though I suggest adding additional music so that you have many options to choose from as well. :D
Thanks alot i will do that in my next tutorial my next will have all these things along with buttons sounds make animation across the stage
A decent attempt
I'm a good fan of the anime (oh noes!1 >:( ), and I saw this episode a couple weeks back. You did a good job of simplifying the episode, but it's not enough justice done to make it a replacement. I thank you for using my music (and I disagree with anyone saying it's annoying unless they care to WRITE A REVIEW ON THE MUSIC (hint hint) -- highly disagree); I thought it worked well for the 'toon.
Just as a suggestion, you should give a higher frame-rate a shot.
Overall, a 6/10 and a 3/5.
It's been a long time since I watched this, but...
I still think this series is your greatest work. Trust me, funny little fad Flashes are okay sometimes, but look at the other fad Flashes around the Internet -- all the fads stop being funny after about the third of fourth iteration. For example, Phoenix Wrong was pretty good, but now it's starting to get old and annoying.
In any case, I watched this 'toon a little while after I learned how to be a DM, and the antics of the players had me in stitches. If you plan on ending UR, though, please end the series with a finale.
I think this movie kicks ass.
There's truly nothing better than something that never stops doing what it was made to do: make people laugh. And this Flash literally never stops.
It's mothafuckin' pants for the win!!
So I knew pants were bad-ass, but I've never seen scribbles fight over them!
Graphics - Scribbles that... glided. :D
Style - See above. But scribbles that annihilate each other for MY entertainment? That's awesome. :D
Sound - Interesting choices, and they all came in clear and perfect. :D
Violence - More Vitamin-V than you can shake a stick at.
Interactivity - The buttons were interesting as well. :D ( Unless it's a game, I never rate this very high. :/ )
Humor - C'mon! It's fuckin' pants, man! Who doesn't love pants?! :D
Overall - If you don't make more, I'll murder YOU for more pants. xD
Don't worry, there's atleast 3 or 4 more episodes to come in the future. They might take a while, though, depending on how busy I am with other stuff.
But anyway, thanks for your positive review! :D
Dude, you've got an animating gift.
Especially considering this is your first Flash ever, I'm going to have to assume that you're already an animator/artist of some sort and decided to jump right into Flash animation. A very wise decision, if true.
Graphics: I loved the custom/edit FF sprites. Sprites are far from original, but they looked good and did the animation justice. A 7/10.
Style: I loved it. There's no way that you're not some kind of animator. All the movements were fluid and you have your own unique way of doing effects. Very useful. A 10/10.
Sound: I love Queen. I just wish it was a little louder. A 9/10.
Violence: None. A 0/10.
Interactivity: Not much, but it's not a game. I usually give this a score based on the number of clickables and their usefulness. A 2/10.
Humor: A Serious animation. A 0/10.
Overall: I highly enjoyed this piece. A great way to calm down after getting into an angry rage with a certain crew on Newgrounds ripping off a certain team of seasoned Flash artists. An 8/10.
All my fives are belong to you.
Nope, not an animator at all. Just a sprite artist.
The flamers haven't hit the nail on the head yet
Graphics: Perhaps it is time Foamy got a fresh, updated look? I understand well enough that what's popular isn't always right, but in this case it would suit you and others better if you did a new Foamy look. 6/10
Style: You have a "unique" style, though it is apparent that copycats are around (clock crew). Unfortunately, this could use some tweaking as well.
You used to do story arcs; what happened to them? 7/10
Sound: Foamy doesn't sound so good anymore. 4/10
Violence: What violence was there? The only thing remotely close was Foamy chucking that was of money in the beginning. 0/10
Interactivity: I don't think this has ever been above a three. You have a play button, a replay button, and a link to your site. 2/10
Humor: It was funny, but not so much this time. Story arc, please? 5/10
Overall: 6/10. You really ought to take some of this advice to heart. But I mean actual advice; the Clocks know next to nothing.
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