I made a video with many forms of the muzzle flash.
Constructive Criticism is allowed, assholes will be ignored.
I'm sorry, but they honestly suck. The giant one isn't a muzzle flash, the second one is just a sprite pasted on, stubborn is the same thing, but it doesn't even stay near the gun. I guess the other ones were alright.
sprite pasted on, but is there any other way to get it to stick to the top of the gun? Yeah, didnt think so. You got the whole idea of stubborn wrong, its kind of saying that the muzzle flash is STUBBORN by not moving with the gun and staying in one place.
omg this is the best thing ever
oh sorry my mistake
thank fuck for that
that it isnt even big WAS wrong, and the others were him not understanding the point of the video. Now, can we turn this into a thread about the video or are we going to argue about different ways to take criticism?
gimme ur lunch money
Not a very good job, it looks like just a couple of sprites and .gifs pasted into the video. And you look like you're twelve. You might check out Freddie Wong's work ( http://www.youtube.com/user/freddiew ) for a little bit of inspiration.
Umm, yeah. I was a kid back then.
long time ago back in the days of Nov 3, 2011
Mr. Badcop (I think thats his name) but when I make a video you guys get mad at me because its not
as good as freddiew or corridordigital. Well facepunch, goodbye.
Oh yeah, and one final message: I wont stop making videos. They might be bad, but they've gotten better. By the time I am older, they wont be as bad, and there wont be retards calling 14 year olds kids.
idk how he got away with that here you practically get nuked from orbit
I'm going to take you seriously for a second and i'll give you some proper advice. Most people get After effects or whatever and say "He let's make guns and explosions and shit" and without any prior knowledge they just google some tutorials and they make a video of equal quality as yours (not that great)
If you want to really pursue video editing learn some compositing techniques then apply them to real scenarios, don't jump straight in.
Also continuing making videos like this won't help. You need to focus, say to yourself "Hey I want to try some dynamic lighting in a live action scene, with bump mapped surfaces" or something and go do it, don't just go out to make shit blow up.