A trailer should leave you wanting more...this left me wondering how it wasn't blammed for having no redeeming features -
The 'one' that flew across the screen at the end looked awful - there's no animation, one bit of bland music, and a blured graphic of a city which you didn't draw...
Very well done...
When I read the story in your comments I thought...oh dear, soppy...but after watching it I see how delightfuly tongue in cheek it was.
Animation and sound was top-notch -
Only gripe is the movie file size, and that's because of the nearly whole song you have at the credits.
I think you should compress your audio if you're going to have complete songs. Perhaps compressing that song and leaving the quality good for your main movie audio.
I can understand where you are coming from, plowking. First of all, the audio track is about half the length... I took out bits and pieces, but I'm happy to know that it can be mistaken to be unedited.
Originally, I was going to sumbit a 5.4Mb file with the credits and dramatic Iron Chef music more compressed, but when I emailed Tom to boost my allocation he gave me a whoping 7.5 Mb to play with. I decided not to use the whole lot, and so its 6.3Mb. I wanted to make sure the credits didn't have that slithery sound that is common with highly compressed MP3. Thanks for your comments.
That's the best directed movie I've seen here.
Everything in it was brilliantly done.
Graphics are crisp and have great detail, and the sound is just in your face loud and excellent. So glad you didn't resort to the usual 'heavy rock' music crap that so many others use for action sequences.
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