Not bad for a first animation.
I haven't done any myself, but if I were you I would put more time into the design of locations, characters, and the animation itself. Also, you could add sound, obviously.
Very important thing: do not use animations taken from games or such (Ex.: teleporting sequence)
But, overall, since it's your first, it's pretty good. Keep doing these, and each time you make a new one, try adding a new "feature", like, well, in this case, a Play and Stop button would be nice. Programming's a b*tch, isn't it?
Always remember: practice makes perfect.
- Kagekiyo -
Thanks dude I'll take note and I'm gunna learn how to do the Play and Stop buttons.
Isn't that the James from Silent Hill 2?
Poor guy. After going through all that junk... Hey, you're pretty good at creating fear in the audience! Keep it up!
Very good voice acting
The only thing that missed was that preloader thing you mentioned and also you shouldn't put two characters in a shout fight that many times, yes, 3 times are enough.
Overall the jokes were excelently done as were the voices. Good job.
It seems that when MGS4 came out, so did like over 9000 flash submissions, then they just vanished. Until now. Thanks for reminding us of Metal Gear.
Not bad. Pretty good actually...
It's a fun little game to play when you're bored. It's got a disturbing atmosphere. I like that.
Now there seems to be something wrong with the "Grimm Master" medal. It doesn't show up.
It's a really nice game
Apart from the enumerous glitches, that is. But there's one thing I don't understand. How do you use the cheats after you unlock them?
Either way, the game's a lot of fun. Try and get rid of those pesky glitches and bugs.
I wish I could spend all day playing this in my PS3!
I originally came to your NG user page, several years after I abandoned the website, to see what had happened to your "HOT Fiery Anger" track. It seems it has been removed by the mods for some reason.
With that aside, this is a good song. I don't know anything technical about music, so I don't know how to objectively rate it. I can say it's catchy in a nice way, it sounds good, it tells its own "story", and all instruments work well together.
It's not One Winged Angel material, hence the 4 stars and not 5.
Olha o Marco...
You're Portuguese, aren't you? Dang, I wish someone made a song for Portugal. It had to be epic, though.
Anyway, I don't know much about Chile, but this song has a nice jingle to it. It's reasonably good.
Sorry man, I'm chilean!
I have to agree with you, I expected more European countries in the contest, especially Portugal, Spain and the UK, as those countries are very important.
Thanks for the review!
You've always been kool.
I don't know what genre is this hardstyle, or nuhardstyle for that matter, but I enjoyed it anyway. It's got your trademark epic feeling to the song, making it immediately likeable.
I noticed that throughout the song there are some parts that seem glitched. They seem glithced, but perhaps that was your intention. Example: around 1:07.
Overall, it's fabulous, you've got a nice ear.
Nu-hardstyle is a term I made up as a joke for this song. There really isn't any such thing as nu-hardstyle. The entire point of this was to get under my buddy's skin a bit, and get people to start using a term that up until now never existed. Which proves a point I want to make on an entirely different subject.
So yea, I did it for the lulz. And it seems like the point I was trying to make has been made.
All that being said, I'm glad you enjoyed this bud. It's nice to see people such as yourself enjoying the tune.
Also, the glitches are intentional. If you notice they flow right along with the song perfectly. ;-)
Demon Kitty (not a kitty, I know)
I'm not familiar with the character, I'm just joking. So, this really is a new style you used, and I really like it. I saw a bit of an episode of Adventure Time and I say this soft and grainy look sets the mood quite well. It's a realistic approach to a cartoon while still maintaining its cartoony feel.
Although the background doesn't have any complexity to it, it doesn't need it anyway. It reminds me of those old paintings of Jesus (you know, the ones grandmothers usually have next to or above their beds). If it weren't for the description, I would say it was handpainted. This, of course, means you're becoming closer to achieve mastery in CG.
The reference to old paintings of Jesus I made pretty much describes what i think about this drawing: it's supposed to deliver sweetness to the viewer, and it does, but also a bit of creepiness. Don't take me wrong. When I say it resembles something, it doesn't mean it is what it resembles.
It is kind of scary in a way, but I don't think it matters to its quality. I wouldn't call it a flaw. A pseudo-flaw, maybe. But again, a review isn't about detecting flaws. It's about what's good and what's not so good. Art teachers are the ones who only point out the flaws because they have no time to review something thoroughly, so because I have the chance to compliment what's good, I will say it and this drawing reeks of goodness.
*whispers* - but it's still slightly creepy.
- Diogo Monteiro
P.S.: 1 hour + 1 layer + SAI = This ----> You = DA BOSS
Perfection is present in this piece of art.
It is perfect, and I'll explain why. Everything is in its right place. The pose, the face expression, the attire, everything describes her personality perfectly. The design chosen for her clothes is smart. It's visually very appealing because of the genius use of colors. Let me see if I'm right: you colored her jacket and skirt black so her chest wold stand out with its white shirt. But you also used a little of red and yellow, two flashy colors, in the thing in her arm so people aren't completely distracted from the big picture.
One can easily differentiate the textures due to the excellent coloring. The dragon scale like sleeves make her look like a pro.
I also noticed the detail on the skirt. Just throwing black would probably be too normal, wouldn't it? So you drew a line of dark orange, and it goes really well with the whole thing because its color is similar to her hair's. And speaking of hair, it's just the thing for Ceoil (still haven't figured out how to pronounce that name). It's not really long, so I guess that kind of reveals a strong personality, but it's not short either, which leads me to this: "...Very affectionate and is a little sensitive if her affection does not get returned..." - It matches perfectly.
To tell you the truth, I never really liked Ceoil, but this drawing right here changed my opinion entirely. Now I like her almost as much as I like Sachi, which is a lot. There are only good things to be said about this piece, and only good things were said. I think my review has fulfilled its destiny. I'm keeping an eye out for Ceoil now, she's really, um, how should I say it? She's stunning!
Thank you so much for the wonderful review as always, Ocelot! I always really look forward to reading your comments.
Really, thank you so much! :D
Not my favorite, but it's still nice.
I'll be straightforward: the legs don't look that good. This perspective involves reducing their sizes, but I'm pretty sure they're not supposed to be reduced that much.
Apart from that I will say the usual: top notch coloring. The colors really manage to indicate the texture of everything. The sky and light source also draw my attention in a good way. They're so pretty. Sachi has the most gorgeous eyes I've seen in a while. They're like big, but not that big, like, the right size, and they're incredibly detailed, but not extremely detailed. Those eyes are quite balanced.
Good job in drawing a good facial expression. She looks as if she just found out she's in trouble, a combination of surprise and fear. No wonder, she's flying.
Um... Action... Yeah, I remember. Your drawings are mostly kawaii girls either facing front or sideways. Good to see you started trying out the hard stuff: crazy poses and movement.
P.S.: If that hat falls off her head and I grab it, I shall claim it as my own, because it's awesome! >:3
Yeah, I'll admit the legs don't look good, I had a lot of trouble with them unfortunetly. I'm trying to get better at perspective though, so hopefully with more practice I'll be able to nail it sometime.
Thank you Ocelot! I put a bit more effort into the colouring than usual I think. I'm glad to hear it was noticed : >
Aha, yeah. My poses were very static, but since you suggested doing dynamic poses, that's what I've been trying to do lately, and I think it's much more interesting/challenging, so thank you so much for the suggestion, your critiques always help me so much!
Aha, go for it! XD
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