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Richard Beeminser Ep One

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Mar 2, 2006 | 12:38 AM EST

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The shy, retiring Richard Beeminster has always dreamed of being the greatest detective in Spineville. However before taking on his first case he must take on his inner demons. In this, his first adventure, Beeminster takes a logical course of action for anyone plagued by anxiety, consulting his local mental health authority. However all is not as it seems....

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SherlockianSherlockian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great animation, love the music and the characters

This was highly enjoyable to watch :D Would love to see more of them!



hackenpastehackenpaste

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is ace! More please!

I really like this, it does require more of a flow to it though, but stylistically it's brilliant.


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mattsandmattsand

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very strange...

but that's good! I'm sick of all these two-minutes-to-make stick movie that appear every couple of seconds, we need more original pieces of work like this! The graphics are a little rough but I'm sure you'll improve, I look forward to seeingnew work!


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drdnadrdna

Rated 2 / 5 stars

I vote to protect this one...

This was okay, but had a lot of imagination behind it.

The graphical style had an enormous amount of promise. The proportion of the characters, the slow eye motions, the flat emotionless faces, and the odd mixture of smooth and jumpy animations add up to a unique and wonderful style that should be cultivated.

The backgrounds are rather plain; since there is little actual animaiton of figures, I would suggest spending a lot of time on making elaborate detail for the backgrounds and characters. A lot of details, lines, re-inscriptions would add a lot to this.

The music was okay, but maybe an instrumental piece might help set the mood a bit more. Maybe even something classical (well, 20th century! Try Penderecki or Schnittke, maybe.

Blood, BTW, is not necessary, sort of cheapens your work. I wouldn't do it.

The story is decent, too. Well, good work. Spend an excessive amount of time fine tuning the next one and don't release it until it's done even if it takes months. And I bet you make front page.


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Lastchance343Lastchance343

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Did a pretty good job.

Passable


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