Nice powerful hip movements. Your sprite at the end is waaay low res, and your lip syncing looks wrong. Random anime characters with no real reason for being here is a minor downside too. Other than that, nothing new or interesting. You've gotta credit the original artist though; song is very good and very catchy
Funny, good motion, great music, great voice acting. I actually felt like I was watching a cartoon. I love your style too, the characters/enviorment feel very consistant. I'm looking forward to more animations
Thank you so much for the review, Voxxin!
I've been putting more time into my work and trying to get better.
I think I just recently started to settle into my own style.
I have other animations on my YouTube if you want to check those out, but they are fairly older works.
Newer animations are coming up, though! I hope you can stick around!
- John A Guzman
I'm not really into the synths, especially when they reach for higher notes. The melody seems a bit disconnected too. But if you worked on those two pieces, this might be the best dubstep I've heard on NG so far.
It's beautiful. Nothing extraordinary, but exactly what it sounds like you wanted it to be. I'm sorry I don't have much to say, I'd love to help but it's a simple piece. This is just beautiful.
Thank you very much for your kind words.
I really appreciate your compliments. It wasn't really a "piece" at all, so much as an improvisation that I happened to catch on recording. Hence the lack of a defined time signature.
But again, I thank you for telling me that something that came directly from my mind's ear is beautiful. That's perhaps the best comment and compliment that you can give a musician. Unless, of course, what they're going for isn't beauty (Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima).
It's interesting, you have a good amount of ideas in here, which means you have a good amount of potential. I love the tonal samples (e.g piano) , I love the bass, I don't like the drums. You should look into better drum samples. Specifically your Snare- It's easy to pick one with tons of white noise when you're not listening to it in context, you should try something with a shorter release, less white noise, and peaking more ~ 200hz. Layer it with a long / noisier clap sample with a touch of reverb. I look forward to hearing more.
alright i understand what your saying, i just hate using claps lol i feel like they get over used by a lot of people but if thats what people enjoy hearing ill def concider it on my next production thank you for the feed back, this is honestly my least favrit song ive did on the album so far but there will be more releases stay tuned and thank you for the feedback :)
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