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Duck Luck Episode #1: No Room For Rent
Stevie and Duck run into some rent problems. This took an unimaginable amount of effort and I really hope you enjoy it.
lmao dude ur pretty amazing, ive tried making some flash :( n im really crap, y cnt i be as good as u?... neways well good job on this dude i rate u..
Thanks a lot, man. Don't worry, I've probably been doing Flash a lot longer than you, just keep up with it and you'll get better eventually.
nice work-keep on with it
i think that you have got potential. You should just keep on working with the series and working with flash and I am sure it will better. So far I can see that you have got potential but it isn’t something that will make the ladies scream if you know what I mean (hey that actually rhymed). I liked the way the camera panned and zoomed in and out when they were both talking. You know duck was on the coach and the boy was left to him and it was some nice switching between both characters during the conversation. VERY pleasant for the eye and shows you have got some good knowledge of flash. Talking about the skills the animations and graphics did the job and you are already on the right way. For example you are doing frame by frame animation and not some “lazy” tweening so you get two thumbs up from me.
I wasn’t satisfied with the burning house. It should have been way more EXTREME. There was only some “baby fire” coming out of the windows but nothing that looked like their house was really just getting destroyed. About the humour: it could have really funnier. I mean it always can be funnier but your stuff only made me smile and didn’t give me the big LOL. I have to admit I got surprised when duck spit at the landlord because I thought he was actually going to say “FUCK YOU!” but in the end the difference wasn’t too big. So you have got the technical skills for producing a good series. Now you just need some comedy skills. Go out, sit under a tree and write down stuff that you think is hilarious. Good luck on it and you can always PM me on Newgrounds :)
Thanks for all of the words but I really don't think I deserve a 4. I spent like 200 hours on this...
This is seriously funny stuff
Some guy said in a review that funny isn't ur strong thing, bro, he's wrong. That is what i call funny. The duck was hilarious and the bum was awesome. And a duck watching a bum show is very funny. i just liked how easy going it was. And i like to see original humor, like this. Seriously, i'll look forward to your next submissions, that was great man.
Hey thanks a lot! My personal favourite scene was the last one where he's like, 'My house burned Down. Oh thats okay we can just go live in the forest'. lol anyway thanks for the review I REALLY appreciate it.
Hmmm, animation was good, albeit a little slow paced. I don't think humor is your strong suit, it seemed too forced.
If I may suggest, your animation style would suit an "abstract" movie more. As a talking duck-man is pretty abstract.
Overall: Ditch the comedy, go the weird! The rest is fine.
I can't ditch the comedy! Noooooooo!
(thx for the review)
Your Style is Good
Ok i liked the graphics the style was diffrent i dont know why, and the comedy was a little dry except for when the duck spit in the guys face that gave me a chuckle and about the voices... um they are all the same person right? well the duck knida sounded like a guy on Estrogen, haha but uhmm i gave you a 3/5 i like your style but the comedy really needs work
overall grade: Satisfactory
Yay! Originally, the Duck was going to burn him with a cigarette, but I changed it to spitting.
The next episode will be funnier though. Stevie is poor, and there is this part where he is sitting near a wall like a hobo, and he has a sign that reads, 'Will bark like a dog for food.' and everybody who walks by he barks at them XD
thanks much for the review ^__^
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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