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Comic 51 - Call-out: S&R Alpha-14

11th May 2007, 2:43 AM
Call-out: S&R Alpha-14
Average Rating: 5 (9 votes)

Author Notes:

Centcomm 16th Aug 2015, 12:34 AM edit delete
Centcomm
This page has been remastered! 8/15/2015
Enjoy!
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Stormwind13 16th Aug 2015, 12:07 PM edit delete reply

Little do they know what is coming up. Of course, neither do we (the readers) at least for the details. :-)
Cperka 16th Aug 2015, 7:56 PM edit delete reply

That's some amazing drawing you're making, Centcomm. I'll love to reread all the Datachasers when there are more remastered pages :)
Centcomm 16th Aug 2015, 8:00 PM edit delete reply

thankys ! Its going to take time to get them all done. but I think its worth it.
Sheela 17th Aug 2015, 1:38 PM edit delete reply

Loving the banter going on between Ada and TeeDee. :)
Centcomm 17th Aug 2015, 1:43 PM edit delete reply

I think this is a MUCH better introduction to these two :D than the old crap. and the banter is a combo of me and rose :D
Sheela 17th Aug 2015, 3:20 PM edit delete reply

Dialogue can be tricky, especially in animation where not only do you have to make qitty dialogue, but also make it relevant to both the setting, background and motion.


Wall-o-text warning !
/start rambling :

I remember a documentary about the makings of the cartoon animation called Anastasia, where they discussed how the characters would sometimes carry one eachothers sentences , or cut one another off, rather than being static talking head completing one sentence before the other could talk.
It made the dialogue more .. dynamic, I guess?

They even did it in some of their songs, such as the "If I can learn to do it" song. I really wanted to link to the train scene discussion, because that illustrates it even better, but it's not a movie that is well represented on the internet.

Too bad really, because I really like that movie, and it has some beautiful scenes in it. Like "Once upon a december" is such a beautiful scene, both musically and graphically. What makes it even more potent, is that her father is dead, poor girl just wants her family back.

Ack .. but I'm rambling, I better stop now.
But if you get a chance to see Anastasia (from 1997), do it!
Centcomm 17th Aug 2015, 3:46 PM edit delete reply

Ive actually seen it .. the DVD is sitting on my shelf :D
Sheela 17th Aug 2015, 5:12 PM edit delete reply

See it again then! >_<
Haegan2005 17th Aug 2015, 11:32 PM edit delete reply

It was a good movie, though I feel they could have done more with it in terms of plot. Frankly, it was over way too soon!

Hey Cent, the chic-flic above was over way too fast! /Cry
Centcomm 18th Aug 2015, 7:30 AM edit delete reply

hehe dont worry more is coming! :D
GhostRider 20th Nov 2015, 12:54 PM edit delete reply
Cent proves there are no limits to her evil! She interrupts an entertaining conversation. I mean, it's not like anybody important's in trouble or anything!
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