All 102 movie Reviews


Battle of the Butchers Battle of the Butchers

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ay you done a crack ol job here Nathan, good good!



Doom-Nice Shot Doom-Nice Shot

Rated 5 / 5 stars

babababababababababababang


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Sormpsons: Wake Up Bart! Sormpsons: Wake Up Bart!

Rated 4 / 5 stars

season 30 ? !



Life/Time Life/Time

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great job, really had that noir feel. Only thing I would perhaps change is the neon signs, they get lost in the white lights of the building behind them. Other than that, really nice work man.


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New Wave Halloween Collab New Wave Halloween Collab

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Stu Reviews the New Wave Halloween Collab


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chillphin 2 chillphin 2

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Flipper the Dolphin



Motion Portrait: Orient Motion Portrait: Orient

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love the use of parallax!


deathink responds:

Thanks my man.


Calloused Hands Calloused Hands

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Funny song with great visuals to go along with it.

I can't help but think how amazing your art style would look fully animated (non-tweened), but I know from experience that can be almost impossible working as one person. Still, this was real good.


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Sexual-Lobster responds:

thanks!


A Man and a Clock A Man and a Clock

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It wasn't too bad, really.

pros:
Lip sync was good.
StrawberryClock's facial movements
Audio quality

cons:
extreme movement didn't match the voice inflection at all, makes it look clunky instead of cartoony
some in-betweens were good but at some points there were none at all...

The quality of everything differed throughout the video, but it's an improvement from some of your older ones. also I'm not sure if its really needs an M rating, there was nothing deserving of that in the video besides the tiny picture of sonic.


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Printmaking Trilogy Printmaking Trilogy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very, very cool.

I can't imagine how much of a pain the linocut was to make. If you don't mind me asking, how did you do it? In terms of onion skinning, i mean.


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breakingbabb responds:

I really didn't onion skin it, I had a loose line art version that I made in flash, which I transferred to the block with pencil. Then I went over everything with sharpie and just eyeballed it. Same with cutting it, just eyeball and cut. If you look at animation long enough, you don't necessarily need it to be in motion to see if it works (if you don't care about being on model). I would say, though, that a tighter initial animation (the sketch) or producing each frame on a single block of lino would probably give better results- I did all of these on a single, large block, which leaves no room for correction.