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    Salad Fingers A strange cartoon about a creature who loves to touch rusty metal.

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Yay 50k Views! Thanks everyone!
VERSION 3 UPLOADED. This has the following fixes:
1- song titles in the credits
2- no more lag for anyone, garunteed
3- fixed menu button @ end of credits

The lucrative nettles trade is almost uncovered on Salad Finger's birthday in the final installment of my Salad Fingers parody, Pallid Fingers 2.
If you notice any bugs let me know. Runtime is almost 14 minutes, about 17,000 frames. 3 months of of work finally here.
This imy 2 F-Day submission. F-Day is about overrated authors in general, and my parody is about Salad Fingers. So a happy F-Day to you all! Now grab a snack, sit back, relax and enjoy the show.

Reviews


All-SmilesAll-Smiles

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

it's wrecked.

I know a lot of effort went into this, but it was kind of lame. It was very long, and didn't deliver the humour or the spookiness of the first.
I recommend the previous Pallid Fingers over this one.


rtil responds:

interesting


ursisterspimpursisterspimp

Rated 5 / 5 stars

HUH?

that was just fucked



ScribblyHeadScribblyHead

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent

This was very well done, along with your first. Scribblyhead is definitely my favorite character. Whats up, Gangsta? 10/10!


rtil responds:

haha, it's scribblyhead, in the flesh!


mikec2006mikec2006

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Stunning Piece of Movie making

I've only seen a few episodes of Salad Fingers by The Legendary David Firth and was Mega impressed by his somewhat weird style of animation and approach to story, this episode of Pallid Fingers was legendary also, If only i could do that with Flash lol, absolutely amazing my final review is Thumbs up to the guys who made it 10/10 fellas



RayFoxSithRayFoxSith

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The Best Parody I've Seen!

You really pulled it off with the gangster stuff in there and how all the Salad Fingers themes blended in with it. I really enjoyed how Hubert Cumberdale talked. I wish that this wasn't a final episode. It looks like there could've been more to achieve.


rtil responds:

i don't see how there's anything left to squeeze out of salad fingers