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    inspired by JCTLM

    nuf said.

    http://www.antiup.net/view/11958/

    Planning on putting more in there.
    C&C?

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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    I don't use Flash so I can't really give CC, but the green guy starts off tall then turns really small. And it was really fast too. o.0
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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    hmm. It was good. First time making a fast paced stick fight? If so that was very good.

    the beam just kinda... goes away. and maybe you shouldnt just push them against the wall. maybe make the green guy kick the red one so hard he makes a tunnel?

    add more fight moves to it.
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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    ups i just say resizing <_<

    but otherwise it was nice. Had a lot of force and thats good

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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    Id learn how to do a decent flash before making a tribute/something inspired by such an epic animation. No offence, but it was porley animated and as Fudder said, the green guy gets smaller. Turn on the grid (crtl+g i think) and zoom in to 400-800 % to draw your sticks. On the bright side, the effects were ok.

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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    Quote Originally Posted by Skype
    Id learn how to do a decent flash before making a tribute/something inspired by such an epic animation. No offence, but it was porley animated and as Fudder said, the green guy gets smaller. Turn on the grid (crtl+g i think) and zoom in to 400-800 % to draw your sticks. On the bright side, the effects were ok.
    I don't see why you have to be a super duper awesome animator to be inspired by something.

    What does the grid do anyway?

    And I do zoom in to 400% to draw.

    thanks for all the comments though guys...

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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    Quote Originally Posted by frodo5280
    Quote Originally Posted by Skype
    Id learn how to do a decent flash before making a tribute/something inspired by such an epic animation. No offence, but it was porley animated and as Fudder said, the green guy gets smaller. Turn on the grid (crtl+g i think) and zoom in to 400-800 % to draw your sticks. On the bright side, the effects were ok.
    I don't see why you have to be a super duper awesome animator to be inspired by something.

    What does the grid do anyway?

    And I do zoom in to 400% to draw.

    thanks for all the comments though guys...
    What do you mean what does the grid do, errr, its a grid? It helps you keep things the same size. Also, i never said you had to be a "super duper awesome" animator to be inspired, but if you were to go ahead and post this on a nother site, NG or SL for example, you'd get flamed the fuck out of. Just being hypothetical.

    And if your sticks look like that when you zoom in 400%, id suggest using 800% instead.

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    Re: inspired by JCTLM

    ah, found the grid. lul it might help.

    Well, I'll try 800%....
    thnx...


 

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