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Mar 22, 2004 | 3:26 PM EST
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This episode marks 2 of 3 in the Dr. Shroud "La Maudite" series.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

its alrite.

Your graphics are good just need to work on the movment of your charactors and the way the interact with the enviroment. but the charactors are very well drawn :).

The story is quite boreing at the start of it i was like this is gonna be good and then it was just chit chit chit chat chat chat and laughing lol proper boreing.. i nearly feel asleep NO REALLY I NEARLY DID not because i been popping pills but because it was so boreing i closed my eyes and nearly went off on a voyage lol..

Work on the story :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I rate it 5 on the artwork alone.
Great character design


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Adam West ?

Interesting. Almost an Adam West as batman quality to the main character... the pace seemed kind of dragged out, but otherwise it had a nice plot :) Wonderful art work :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent Work!

This series just keeps getting better!

Your art style is amazing, and the animations are nothing short of flawless. The sound quality is very good, too; the voice acting is out of this world! There should be more stuff like this coming in the Portal.

Fantasic work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

As always...

I love your animations. Your style is absolutely flawless, as is its presentation. You do a wonderful job of portraying characters and their personalities through their voices, and the graphics are simply amazing. All the neophyte artists on here should take lessons from you. Very creative storylines (the same goes for the Doll saga). I can tell that you put a great deal of work into your animations. Your style reminds me a lot of what a comic book might look like in animated form (with all the dramatic black lines and chiaroscuro -- that sort of thing). Just superb.

-- Kitty