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Jun 26, 2007 | 4:43 PM EDT

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A puppet animation based on 'King Kong' and silent horror films of the 1930's such as 'Nosferatu'. In the depths of a forest a squirrel is attacked by evil knitted people, so he seeks them out to destroy their woolen brains in revenge...

This is a film animated by my sister ( a couple of years ago, we decided to convert it into Flash and submit it here. Hope you like it.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this was pretty interesting.

ChromeShark responds:

thanks ~Lizz


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This Was a Beautiful Flash

Your style is so unique to this site; the sepia/silent film haze was wonderful.

The animation itself was so bewilderingly unnerving and macabre, and the stop motion with the nostalgic, eerie music box melody added immensley to that.

All over, it was a wonderful piece; much of my thanks for this.

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ChromeShark responds:

Many thanks for your nice comments, they are much appreciated :o) ~Lizz


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Haha, this is so great! I loved the ending, too! I actually liked the music, I thought it fit perfectly. Great job on the stop motion, too; I've always wanted to try it, but it just seems like way too much work... :p

ChromeShark responds:

Thanks, i'm glad you liked the ending. At first it was going to end just with the squirrel eating his acorns on the bed of wool but it didn't seem a creepy enough one can defeat those evil knitted creatures.....! :o) Lizz


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love your horrific style. I've never seen something like this on NG but you've gotta keep making this stuff. It's beautiful in a creepy way, which I love. Keep up the work, its terrific!


ChromeShark responds:

I'm afraid this will probably be a one off (until i'm rich enough to employ animators to animate my ideas for me) because it is a veeery slow and boring process to be stuck in a room with a homemade taxidermy squirrel, a camera and some paper mache trees moving it frame by frame and trying not to move the background.

Thanks :o) Lizz


Rated 5 / 5 stars


What an unique kind of animation, i really liked the style....GREAT job!

ChromeShark responds:

Thanks :o) ~Lizz