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Oct 23, 2005 | 12:28 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 24, 2005
  • Weekly 2nd Place October 26, 2005

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Author Comments

"The Adventures of Joan and Mark" is the story of a one-armed boy and a one-eyed girl hunting bounties in the old west. Don't bother asking me "Why does this happen?" or "Why does that happen?", all the answers are in the cartoon, there is no deeper meaning.

SONG USED: "White" by Bon Bon Blanco. Kudos to Chris Choy for telling me the name!

~Hotdiggedy

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful!

It's simply great to take a look back at the cartoon that cemented your place as one of my favorite artists! The animation looks a bit rough compared to what you do nowadays, but it's still awesome. I just love the overall cute tone of this, and making something cute featuring an armless boy is no easy task. The choice of music was also very nicely done. This sets the tone for how well the character's body movements work. It was also nice of you to flat out state this wasn't supposed to be anything deep at all.


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billyisboredbillyisbored

Rated 5 / 5 stars

asome kick ass

wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow
i wont 2 see the 2nd epsond



KubolleKubolle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice Style Max!

I love your style, Joan and Mark really keeps me watching. The quick changing angles and color really keeps me from "changing the channel".
I also liked the originality of the character. They have props to distinguish from all the others. Like when I create mine, I make sure that they have something different (eye-patch, goggles) whatever. Nicely done. One more thing, Get your original music, I liked the intro though.



KallieKallie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awww

That was adorable. I love you, now xP.



MugzieMugzie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really enjoyed that

I agree with ThatCanadianGuy... If it were a show... I'd watch it. I bet you it would be funny. And I thought it was cute when Markk saved Joan instead of the money.