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    WebFeatsDesign.com - He does it again

    http://www.webfeatsdesign.com

    Very slick, very smooth, very soultry. Oh and, diggin' the music

    Zak.

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    *Update to all: The minimal version is now online. If you weren't a fan of the main site, or just wanna see more, check it out.
    Last edited by mr. freak; 11-05-2004 at 11:08 PM.
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    Love the loops, definitely very smooth....Great work!
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    nice job, best version by far.


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    Ive always loved webfeats fast animation and sleak design. But I've always DESPISED the fonts. Please please make them more readible :]

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    It's a nice site and I like the intro. Don't know if an intro is usefull but as a whole it looked nice and kinda comercialish.

    About the site. Okay, it's smooth transitions but after a while you start searching for the 'skip transition' button though. Nonetheless good work.
    Last edited by sense; 11-02-2004 at 09:07 AM.

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    The intro style didnt reall seem to tie in with the main site, and some of the dropshadowing on teh text was a bit too pronounced, apart from that its very well done. Not especially innovative but cool.

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    Nice always fun to watch I like the music too.

    Now just make some music for me webfeats

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    Originally posted by sense
    ... after a while you start searching for the 'skip transisiton' button though.
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    Originally posted by sense
    after a while you start searching for the 'skip transition' button though

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    Spectacular flash work. That really must be pain-staking work. The music is also great. The intro gets a little tiresome after a while. I think it runs its course about 3/4 the way through. The site layout isn't my style but again the flash work is great.

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    loading is fine for me...





    thats hot..
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    JUICY....
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    very slick freaky !! Best one yet......

    What frame rate is that at, love how fast the build happen!

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    In the accolades section it seems you have the button rollovers ontop of the text - not sure if it was intentional but I would put them underneath the text so u can still read it while your mouse is over it.

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    I havent been able to reply before, but now I will. Personally, I really loved the intro. It was VERY different from any other intro you see nowadays - usually a simple drumroll and something big happens with flashy graphics etc. This one, was conveying the message across and it was so beautifully fabricated and looked very commercial...loved it.

    I also liked the website. Truly, Ben's style is very unique. It's like he's taking an amateur style and turning it into something that even a professional would find hard to make. It's a cool, unexplored style.

    And lastly, im definately digging the music. Great taste there. It's all so good.

    Zak.

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    interesting yes..but after 3 preloading countdowns I am over it.
    It's a bit much in my humble opinion

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    marvelous!
    Last edited by j_hunter182; 11-03-2004 at 12:37 PM.

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    Originally posted by DezVette
    but after 3 preloading countdowns I am over it.
    me too, and i personally find this site a bit waayy tooo much....sjeeech...swing...klik...titktit....sweesh h bling bling...data.

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    It really bugs me when I click to launch a portfolio item, and the music is still playing in addition to the music on the site I just launched...

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