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Feb 13, 2004 | 11:59 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place February 15, 2004

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Author Comments

Wheres the love people? oh there it is! its time again for my anual Valentines day special, lets hope this one wins somthing too eh? anyway you know i made this becuase i love you all (in the only way an animator can love his fans that is, with a spiffy toon!) anyway, this one took a bunch of work and lots of hair pulling but it turned out better than i planned. anyway enjoy, and please, spread teh love.
*edit: oh yeah, there's 3 secrets tucked away in this thing, find em all and you win the prize.....of self satistfaction...
*Update-thanks for all the great feedback and daily forth!

Reviews


RenaiiMikadoRenaiiMikado

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I could only find two of the secrets

The translation one and the "these toys are offensive" one. Where could the third one be? Hmm...*shifty eyes*



KlutzybearKlutzybear

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

TO kill not love..

Sorry for the low scores but I believe that robots should only be used for killing and destroying everything in thier paths......not loving...



GalloglassesGalloglasses

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll admit it....

When I first saw the start of this animation I thought it was gonna be noobish. Thanks for proving me wrong, I loved the style and effort you put into this.



cyberkittycyberkitty

Rated 5 / 5 stars

....

.... FRIKEN SWEET>.< Favorited, Fived, and Awesome.



Goggleman64Goggleman64

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Too Fabulous For Words (Though of course I'll try)

You have many great talents, among which are:
The ability to sync cartoon events with the lyrics of the song (though the sound was a bit scratchy)
The ability to match make a cartoon just as frantic as the song
The ability to tell a hilarious story without using any real dialog
A great store of corny robot gags
and
The ability to use said gags without making me gag

What really sold me on this cartoon was the attention you paid to the credits. Many authors just END! their cartoons (or EDN!/"NEND!", the rotten finks) , but I've always liked good, creative credits. It's like an after-dinner mint, and plus it gives the author the chance to express himself more personally.
Your cartoon was a complete five for me. Thanks for the laughs!


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