simofc90 wrote:Awesome technical video. Not very enjoyable for me as an amv sorry.
Even if I didn't like this last one we will miss your videos! I'm happy to see you will continue editing other works
blaku92 wrote:Ah! no! And I just met you. I'll still see you around I guess haha. Shucks. This was pretty awesome. I particularly liked the Piccolo scenes
Animated wrote:You take something classic and you make it even more classic. Classicception!Spoiler :
dbzrkyyh wrote:I haven't been on here for ages, but i felt the need to post here. I remember back in like 2003 you inspired me a lot to make amv's. Its a bittersweet ending. Good luck on your future work, your AMV's have definitely made an impact on this community.
Also, this video was awesome.
Mamo! wrote:Awesome just as expected! Good luck with everything!
You'll come back though o:
jade_eyed_angel wrote:That was so awesome, and I hate DBZ. Luckily I like Naruto. ;P
cosmoho wrote:i'm having a few problems using the electricity technique, just how much would private lessons cost?
cool video by the way.
mexicanjunior wrote:Great vid man! From a technical standpoint, the masking and editing you did is by far your best work. I also liked that this video had a better plot and storyline than the original NarutoballZ. The Cell and Frieza incorporation into the final battle was really well done. My only complaint was that I didn't really like the song but that is nothing you did wrong on your end, it certainly fit the feel of the video. It actually felt like what the intro scene would look like if a video game system ever put out a DBZ vs Naruto game (like Marvel vs Capcom). Sad to see you are retiring but I'm glad you are leaving with your best work on the table...
Jwalk0 wrote:Absolutely beautiful AMV my dude, and even moreso on point since you went out with a bang. Fan of the animes and the imagination meter for this entire vid wuz off the scale. Syncs, effects, story, flow, scene selections, atmosphere, fun factor, it's all here. Feel you on your reasons for leaving (the anime game is not the same anymore, don't know if it's my age of 25 or the industry) and not mad atcha. Been a fan of your works since I became an AMV fan in '07 and you've more than deserve your rest. Many blessings for what you've done and will do and God bless.
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