"Target Practice"

rated 2.68 / 5 stars
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Oct 2, 2004 | 3:23 AM EDT

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My first Frame by Frame animation, and my first submission to NG. This was basically just a test, or practice, and has no plot other then people getting blown away.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

I wonder if this is what predicted the future, I hope he burns in hell. (before noticing that he was a serial killer, I voted a 5, big mistake.)


Rated 0 / 5 stars

I was a victim of the shooting
Stop bringing it up


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Good animation. Shame it has to be associated with such a sick cunt.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

I would feel sorry for this guy if he hadn't killed others in his suicide attempt. I will not promote this garbage.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This animation is unfairly judged by the actions of its creator. Yes, the fact of the matter is that Weise killed people. Unfortunate, but as a result of that, people simply jump the gun and say "oh, he was mentally disturbed and made this disgusting 'chilling' (I hate that word) animation." It's just like those people that say that shooters play violent video games. While that's true, it's unfair to say that violent video games cause such violence. The same can be said for those who make violent animations. One of the most popular flash serials on Newgrounds is Madness Combat. That series is far more violent and bloody than this. Has the creator committed a mass shooting? Nope. Hell, even Tom Fulp, who CREATED Newgrounds basically made a name for himself back in the day with violent games and animations. Judge the animation, not the creator. The fact of the matter is that it's actually a pretty decent cartoon. It's surprisingly well-animated for being Weise's first submission, and it captures the Newgrounds spirit with its pointless, random acts of violence. The sound isn't the greatest (it's completely silent except for the gunshots and explosions), but that can be forgiven. It's a shame that Weise had to die, because he had a lot of talent and if he'd kept at it he could've improved even more and become famous rather than infamous. R.I.P.

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