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Grey and Jacquo can't stand one of the cartoons Plum enjoys to watch and set out to do better, but can they?
This is our longest episode yet, and we feel it is packed with a solid amount of variety. Hope you guys enjoy it.
the sound is awesome!
once again, the sound and music are all top notch! nice work!
The pacing was as slow as molasses.
Could the pacing of this cartoon be any slower? If your cartoon is dialogue-heavy, you better have some pretty funny drawings to compensate for the lack of movement. The poses they were doing weren't the least bit funny to me and they weren't really specific to any character. I suggest a technique used in cartoons that eventually develops into full fluid cartoon acting. It's called POSE TO POSE. What this method does is where a character does dramatic movements and holds that position, then moves to another position very quickly, best used to potray a "dramatic" scene. It can also be used in a short like this. Careful not to make the poses too wild though, or it will seem like your characters are flailing around. Character acting is very important, so be sure to find things and traits that will distinguish your characters even more.
Hope you're not talking about the Crapfest scene in particular because if you are, I think you missed the point of this short.
As for your "pose to pose" comments... we went to animation school, man. Degrees in this stuff. :)
I really don't have much to say about this flash...
I do have to say that it was pretty good... I few small sketchy spots, mostly all unnoticeable . Keep up the good work and how long did this take you?
Thanks for the comments. This short took us about 5 months to do. Really though, that was mostly working on it here and there when we had time. However, I'd say the last month and a half was "crunch" time.
The voice acting was fantastic, the animation was smooth and unique, and the movie was just hilarious. David Lee Roth was awesome too. I thought some of the randomness parts in the beginning were just a bit too drawn out, though. Other than that, fantastic flash!
That was hilarious!
Graphics: Very nice, original and smooth, perfect for the type of cartoon.
Style: Great style, the teme, the characters, the colors, the humor, all fell into place.
Sound: Great voice actors, they truly fit the characters!
Violence: Wrestling moves and house-destroying penisses? Gold!
Interactivity: Not too much, but it's a movie.
Humor: This was hilarious, the jokes were funny and so were the crappy little flash movies, especially the frankenstein. The characters were funny too!
Overall: I liked it! I can see myself getting into this series, it's witty and well-written with a smooth style that fits it just right. Great job, man! I see front page in your future.
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