Momentum was originally conceived as a Live-Action film, yet watching it you can clearly see why this wouldn't work.
My comment was a general comment on brickfilming as a whole, not just on your animations. Besides, at no point did I say it devalued the rest of your brickfilm. I really don't see why you're taking it so much to heart - it's just my opinion. Momentum was an expression of your opinion. There's nothing wrong with posting either.
From what you send it seems as though you hint that the cursing in my film was purely put in to join what others are doing, this is untrue. Personally, if I was fighting someone who then phased through solid ground, I would curse too. It was a reaction true to life, you wouldn't just stare.
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Wasn't saying he was doing it because everyone else was, I'm just saying that swearing in a brickfilm is not a problem like people are saying it is.
I'm not saying he added the swearing to jump on the bandwagon. I'm just saying it's a poor justification.
Nor did I say that having the swearing devalued the rest of the brickfilm. In my first reply here, I put:
Another enjoyable animation. Good animation, effects and dialogue, like everyone else has said, but you need to work on the audio in general. I know YouTube messed up you audio levels, but I think some of the voice acting was a bit weak as well. Still, look forward to your next project!
I think you're a bit too much on the defenisve, lisaisanut. I mean, isn't one of the main reasons for putting a brickfilm up here to receive feedback/criticism? That's just what we're doing.
I also think we should call the swearing conversation to an end with this post. That would have it's own place in another topic, maybe in General Film Discussion, if you wanted to go and make it there. We've tied it up here now, I think.
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