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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by soulx, Apr 9, 2010.
Damn! He made the song AND music video?! Shit man, that guy's got major talent. Honestly, he could get a very great job (If he doesn't already have one) with his skills.
That's real talent there. :]
Nope, just the video, the song is by Billy Polard.
Nevermind, the article confused me.
It says song and animation by Billy Polard at the end...
We need more brilliant people(s) like that in the world, honestly.
This dude's really talented, the video and music really fit together well.
That music is awesome.
Can't believe it was made with flipnote
Wow all that done on a DSi? Too good to be true!
This guy is cool!
You can make music in Flipnote studio.
You can make such cool things with a DSi.
Now I wish I had one.
3DS release quickly please.
But ,he's showed the emotions so beautifully.
He did make both.
he did a great job, of course spend a lot of timeto do make it, but the result is amazing,
flipnote seems to be oe of the most important arguments to get a dsi over a ds
perhaps a metaphor for senseless violence?
Man, there's a limit to pages on flipnote, It's a 1 minute limit I think. That should've taken at LEAST 3k pages. o.O
I don't think the limit is due to time, but how many pages you use and how much information is on those pages. You could go on for a very long time if all the pages were blank.
whatever, the vid above is over 3 minutes long
also, even if there is a limit, it won't be that difficult to split different vids together
Amazing job but what did Jon Heder have to do with anything?
Wow. That was amazing. My sister even got teary-eyed. I hope to see more of these by him.
This flipnote has a very nice, and touching narrative, but the sequence of camera shots fails to add some depth to the whole thing.
There were some real missed opportunities here, you can tell the guy made the footage on Flipnote and proceeded to use video editing software to match it with his well written song.
Some things like overhead or birdseye shots could have given an idea of how high the flying creature was.