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It's paperflash #2 and a return to the darker side of things with BERRIES. It goes before ROOF TILING but they can be watched in any order really. Music by Chris Gladwin.
Every second was fucked up....and i loved every second...nice work
"Thats what I got the bear for."
Y'know I'm starting to wonder if it's actually possible for David Firth to make a bad flash, it doesnt seem likely when you look at stuff like this, Well done matey keep on trippin.
Few can only handle this and enjoy it at the same time. This is the kind of flash i enjoy. Great unique graphics and some neat affects and art.
Keep it up
You give the people excellence but yet.....
they ask for more.
Excellent work, every time I watch Roof Tiling I get a chill down my spine. This only adds to the depth of that work and further secures your place as one of the greater artists on the forum in terms of graphics, storyline and depth of thought.
Portrait of a serial killer?
When I look at this followed by Roof Tiling, a lot more things DO seem to make sense... was it your plan all along to have a prequel?
You basically reused most of the graphics from Roof Tiliing, but it's still quite good. I think the drawings should be a little more polished, actually - I like your style but I do think you should work on refining it & learning to draw a realistic view of your characters from any angle.
However, the voices, sound, story and editing are simply class. An excellent insight into the mind of a possible future wife-killer. Although it does make me a little scared that you should understand their minds so well... oh yeah, and the talking crow was quite funny.
One thing about the subliminal flashes that you use: I think they should sometimes be on the screen a LITTLE longer... it's not fun if they flash by so fast that the viewer gets no idea at all of what's on them. If it's a really simple shape or word then fast is ok, but if it's something more comlicated a little longer would be better.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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