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    work in progress, prototype for Electro Web Animation

    Need some feedback on this prototype that will eventually be the new EWA site. Hint that this site is not finished!

    http://www.electrowebanimation.com/prototype.htm

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    nice concept, and the mini introduction is really cool....

    ...it would look really neat if you drew the top menu section in flash. its something i always say, unless youre using photos or textures, vectorize them....if you learn to use your gradients in flash properly, you can make something equal or better quality than an jpg image.
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    Thanks for the feedback, good point on the vector graphics. I love working with png files as they are universal among other programs and making changes are easily done. (not to mention the trasparency in png is superior to vector) Im really trying to figure out what banners to put in the portfolio and contact us sections? Any ideas? I think haveing the train involved in these other sections would be consistent with the rest of the site. I still have alot of polishing to do.
    Last edited by dna_hard; 06-01-2004 at 05:28 PM.

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    oOo

    really really, really nice!
    good stuff, nice animation
    though, the pixels get messy during it, sometimes..

    clean it up a little?
    i know its still a prototype.. but sound?

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