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ASDA :The animated series

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Dec 3, 2006 | 8:01 AM EST

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Here we are... finally. After 3 months of not-so-hard work, I've finished ASDA the Animated series. The pain is with this, it's all done with a mouse.
Here's the story: Someone... or something keeps dropping JML Superslicers (a vegetable cutter) in people's trollies, and our main characters - Gary and Ben set out to stop it.
The animation gets better towards the end, because this is my first full length, which is about 5.6 mins in total.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it!

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KWAS71KCKKWAS71KCK

Rated 3 / 5 stars

cool one

that was a nice animation. very nice graphics, nice idea and concept behind this one.... i think that this one could be a good series if you do decide to continue onwards.



RandomCheeseRandomCheese

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

'Tis Good

Yes yes. Those months of working paid off.



sellerdoor9sellerdoor9

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

awesome

genius! your drawing skills don't do you justice. you could easily make this into a great series. i fucking hate those jml infinity mops and penny cleaners and all the useless crap that floats about.

5'd. i doubt you'll get a high score because you didnt reference loads of video game characters, but thats a good thing. its really original, good work, i'm looking to the next one.



Legomax-3000Legomax-3000

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well done

I didnt think asda could b made into a blinkin cartoon lol

6th in my faves out of 7 very good man!!!!!!!!!!

Ps I also want a chocy medal lol



One-DollarOne-Dollar

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good one

Nice work. You need to work on your overall voice acting and sound quality, and prehaps cut down on the lengthy musical traveling scenes, but all in all a pretty solid submission. Look forward to seeing more.


jonthedoors2006 responds:

The travelling scenes are supposed to be long, because our shop is absolutly massive. Thats what it's digging at. More of a joke among my 'off computer' freinds