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Well, this is a trailer of my new series The Veggie Mights (Vegemite, lol). Umm so, if this takes off maybe, I'll sign it up. Enjoy -SevenStudios
Could have used a lot
Gave it a 3 because you have potential.
Here's what you need to do if you develop this series.
For starters, give the characters....well....character, give them a face, features and voices that will fit each character. It's not an overwhelmingly original idea but if played right it'll be a hit.
I know it probobly wont be easy, but turn each of the veggies into a character that we can know and fall in love with. Make each one geniune and funny and I promise you'll have gold.
Good luck, hope you follow through, I'll be watching for it...
I'm not quite sure if a bunch of pictures strewn together actually counts as an animation. Just my opinion though...
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I don't think Hiram Powers can have known much about animals. No doubt some animals look at a person's eyes for clues as to what the person will do, but those animals, like dogs and cats, are predators, with eyes which can look straight ahead simultaneously. They don't like being stared at by people, because they themselves use staring as a means of intimidation, either of prey or of each other. Rats, on the other hand, have eyes on either side of their heads, like rabbits, cows and other animals more often prey than preying. It's hard to imagine how a rat could stare into your eyes. It can face you, thus getting a better picture of you; but it relies greatly on peripheral vision, unlike predators, which have a greater proportion of cones in their retinas. I'm not sure about flounders, however. SS
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