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A Very Blob Festivus

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Dec 22, 2006 | 5:37 PM EST

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Author Comments

Our first effort made for a school project in about 1 week.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

its christmas

i like the humor u have put in to the movie


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very well done!

This animation shows you guys have very great animation skills. The blob was very well animated. Great use of Frame by Frame techniques. The graphics were good, but some lacked more detail. For example, you could have shaded the candy-cane. The style was great! I found this to be very orginal and entertaining. The music fitted the animation great. The only reason why the score for the Sound category is somewhat low is because there weren't any sound effects. It would have been great if you would have incorporated some kind of sound effect to the blob. Such as a squishy sound of some sort. This animation was very smooth in terms of animation and I hope to see more from you guys sometime soon. Good luck on your future submissions.

Summary Points: Good Graphics, Awesome style, Great music but no sound effects, very smooth animation skills(FBF techniques).

N-E-R-D responds:

Thanks a lot! This is our first submission into Newgrounds and the only animation that we've actually completed, so we're really happy that it turned out this well. Have a great Non-Denominational Winter Festivus!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply astounding.

Personally, I view this creative work of art as no less than pure genius. Whichever makers (be they old men or sophomores in highschool, as two examples) brought to life this spectacular animation are prodigies and should be commended with the highest honour possible, if not given to them an even higher, newlyfound honour in their names for such exquisite artistry. These... artisans are the masters of their own bakery. They toiled away, adding ingredients, examining it with a critical eye, and tenderly placing it into the oven, removing from it a delicate souffle of raw, unrefined majesty - and it is delicious, I say! Whatever prestigious school these two have or are studying in, that academy must be proud, if not graced to have (or have ahd) them in their halls, humbling and themselves to mere students in order to remove from their peers the sense of shame and embarrassment from not being as grand as they. And if there were a professor of technologies within this plane of learning and knowledge, I am sure he or she would have shown the whole school - nay, the world - the work of his or her students, just because, "It was really good." I salute you, sirs or madames, and I bid you farewell.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


ya i liked it, pretty weird at first but you know, i liked it.

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