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IAMW, Charlie Brown IAMW, Charlie Brown

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not Up to the Hype...

I think this was well animated, and it took a lot of time to get done, but one thing bothered me. I could see the 'backdrop' of what was happening. You had set the screen size to a small scale than what was shone, and a lot of the loops were seen multiple times. I realize that this could be easily solved in the options of the flash, so that's why I brought it up. Along the lines of the story, I felt it was too smooth. It didn't really puncture into what a Peanuts tale should have been. Somewhat looked like you were afraid to go into the actual story. Now in the future, don't be afraid to freak some people out. And the voices also made it a stretch to get involved mentally. The flash animation itself was top notch, and I will probably look at more of your work. But as for the whole OMG ITS AWESUOMZZZZ... well, I didn't find it 'awesuomzzzz'. But good job guys.
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NEXTVIEW-Designs responds:

Not sure what you mean, I disabled resizing in the submission settings, plus added code in the flash to remove zoom options from the right click menu. So everything was animated to display in the 900x600 frame above.


The Christmas Journey The Christmas Journey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This Doesn't need to be Reviewed.

It's obvious that this is awesome.



L4D: A matter of time L4D: A matter of time

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Understood Your Situation, But...

This is quite the film for yourself. I personally congratulate you, but in the future you may want to:

1. Increase the Frame rate
2. Although you did hit the colors of L4D spot on, a contrast in certain aspects would have done well for the mood.
3. I once again understand, but you should still end your movie with some type of theme. Even if it's shown to people who do not use flash, they will still know that you were done with this.

I once again give you props. And I had to do a film for an animation class as well, so I understand the whole use this and include this many of those sorta thing. But good job.


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Scott-Falco responds:

Frame rate was not my decision

I used less colors so it was quicker to color, so I could animate more

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Why? [Piano Improv] Why? [Piano Improv]

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hello Sir...

I was looking out onto the skyline today, and I thought, "Why must we empty our anger out onto the skyline?" That thought has resonated throughout this entire piece. I also play piano, maybe even to challenge your skills, but that's neither here nor there. Recently I have started questioning myself... my motives... my flaws. I've started to question the acts that I witness around me. I've started to see past the mirage of smiling faces and open arms. We've started to go in a path drawn out for us. Yet with this being said, not one person will do anything. So with this rant spewed onto your music, I just want to say one thing. You have a talent. Don't do anything with it that you don't want to. At that point... the talent is a curse....


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Echo Of Neglect Echo Of Neglect

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Approval

You have gotten an approval by Mythicman95. These are few and far between. An approval means that there is so little wrong, that it did not deserve criticism.
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PS: I feel this song personally. I tend to study others and develop an image of life. This piece sounds not as much empty, as a melodic verse applying human nature with a touch of sage root. I can honestly say that I will download this and use it as my personal imagery song for a while. I may also be interested in doing a compaliation later on. This is one of the first reviews that I can say that I fully enjoyed. Oh, and before I forget... I would try to keep the solos of any dismal song limited to two ocatve runs at most. But either way, great job.


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Birdinator99 responds:

Well, I'm really glad you liked it, and using it for the purpose you mentioned sounds interesting. I often myself find songs that I feel are representative of myself or my journeys, but it never quite makes sense in the long run; probably because I keep changing as a person!

Oh well, at least that keeps things interesting.

Sorry about the solo -- I should have considered how far up the piano roll I was going :3

Thanks for your kind words, and for stopping by!


Zelda Oot Compilation Zelda Oot Compilation

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty Legit Stuff Here

But on to that critique.
I give this an 8 based on the fact that it's really good. As a composer, I realize that it get's a bit strenuous putting so many parts together, but I feel that some really good opportunity arose for you to take effect of some instruments that you did. For instance, in many of the places such as 1:40, there was a great chance for a complete entrance crescendo with the strings building up double octaves with 16th notes. It would be a great way to build Lon Lon up by the middle and then have it die out before the end. I really enjoyed the Lost Woods section due to the use of Percussion. You made sure that they were doing something, and at the perfect place. However, the strings get cut off too swiftly and the build ups with the low brass are horrific. Too loud for my taste. For the last section of the Lost Woods, simply too loud. Enough said. Drop down to a mf for that section. There is only one flaw that I could find in the Song of Storms, and that was that the flutes really could have shown through. Other than that, this was my personal favorite. Ganon's Theme really could have used either less percussion or more. And at the beginning, you should have added a low gutteral noise with a Tuba or such. Temple of Time gets a solid B+, simply sounding easier exempting the solo. Once more on Zelda's Lullaby, the entrance could have been one flute. No reason to be fair here. Excellent use of percussion, and French Horns could have come out a little more than they did. I would have enjoyed hearing the entire piece, but I am very impressed. (4/5)
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HexMonkey responds:

Thank you very, very much for the wonderful review. There are a lot of parts I'm not really happy with and you gave some great advice. I'll make sure to incorporate them into future works I may do. Thanks again :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

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