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Oct 22, 2006 | 4:43 AM EDT

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This one is much more laid back and chilly-feeling. Don't watch it looking for some trippy-thrills or fast-paced dance music. I thought it up while feeling rather sad, so don't expect a happy 'toon either.
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Reviews


Notnormal4Notnormal4

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 25, 2007

this movie p00ned!!!

Pandalyn !
David Firth is not the one who made up this style!!!! this style and humor was used waaaay be4 he used it .... and it cant get any funner!! hahahha!



AngelaGuchAngelaGuch

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2009

=)....

I love stuff like this and i think you did a great job with it.



magerdoomer1magerdoomer1

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 11, 2007

Didn't watch it all

I only watched about the first 10 seconds but i liked it so far. only reason i didnt watch the rest is cause i went off porn hunting... Any way it was good.



Rated-RRated-R

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 24, 2007

Pretty nice on it's own...

Obviously inspired but Scribbler, but perplexing nontheless.



ClubbasealClubbaseal

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 22, 2006

Very much like "Scribbler."

David Firth has some big footsteps to follow if you are trying to do that. You art was well done, even if I've seen the style before. Well done, but not original, that's why I gave you only a "5" on style. You even used Boards of Canada for your soundtrack.

If you've never heard of David Firth, I'll bet this stings. I hate it when I come with something original, only to find out that it's been done before. But your style so closely resembles Firth's that I would find it hard to believe that you haven't been influenced by him.

Maybe it's a sign of the times, and David Firth has set a standard to follow. Perhaps I can look forward to more cartoons by other artists "in the style of David Firth." Certainly there is a part of the psyche that calls out to that style.