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Post by Getthim on Wed Dec 31, 2014 7:49 pm

Happy New Years from myself and Miniboyns, we hope you enjoy our collab.



It will get scened, so something to look forwards to in 2015!

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Re: Year's End

Post by ScrungleBlumpkus on Wed Dec 31, 2014 7:50 pm

First!
That was AMAZING
So smooth, so beautiful, so simple and compact yet soothing, neat as hell, so coherent, so exactly the things I love you for making, Getthim and Miniboyns.
This track made my whole year you guys! <3
There was something about this track that was so...confidently unique and conceptually well thought out.
Your quirk is the type of less intense quirk that manual makers would drool over, it's beautiful, and the manuals form such interesting shapes I don't even think I saw one pen0r in the whole track. Smile

It had that old school appeal combined with manuals the makings of which only a god could craft.

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Re: Year's End

Post by Orthuss on Wed Dec 31, 2014 8:58 pm

Second!
Yeah... first of all, sorry for the bumps in the recording. Still gotta figure that stuff out. Nobody else was around though :P
I really liked this track when I watched it while recording. I'm impressed by your use and reuse of space, and I like how close the stall is to the beginning of the track. The manuals themselves were great too.

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Re: Year's End

Post by IGLima on Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:25 pm

That was nice!
Definitely has that amateur/old-school manual feel going for it.

Positives:
- I liked the smaller scale of the track. It's rare to see manual tracks this small/compact.
- The recycling embedded throughout was great. None of it felt forced or flow-breaking yet it occurs so often - both physically and space-wise
- Didn't expect the little flip at 1:34
- If it wasn't for the green lines/credits, I couldn't tell you who did what. You two melded together well
- The granuals were cute, so rare to see nowadays with all them fancy flings and flanuals and whatnot

Negatives:
- The manuals were, well...amateur haha. I felt like you had trouble getting him to stay balanced/do what you wanted at some points. This gets better with practice - just work on achieving better pressure/speed/shape.
- The small amounts of quirk were also amateur, but again, experience/practice can help not only make them more powerful, but also more practical as you realize when and where quirk is useful
- Song choice didn't really do anything for me. Felt kinda tacked-on.

Overall this was decent. There's plenty of room for improvements in flow, pressure, etc., so keep at it! I look forward to the scened version of this, since a track like this is so uncommon to see in the modern era.

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Re: Year's End

Post by Chuggers on Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:54 pm

That little flip into the tube was really groovy

Charming little track with some kinda odd music for the feel of it imo, loved the name
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Re: Year's End

Post by rabid squirrel on Fri Jan 02, 2015 12:48 pm

what IGLima said.

Looking forward to seeing this scened Very Happy

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Re: Year's End

Post by Fauxfyre on Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:31 pm

I really like the focus on recycling, and how you guys focused more on direction than most manual tracks do gave this an interesting feel. Even though they weren't pressured or balanced very carefully like has become the norm, it is good because it allows for very interesting shapes and movements. Altogether a great execution of a good concept

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