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**update Front Page!!! Thanks NG!! thanks guys!!!**

Juice is woken up by a party and decides to join in on the fun. Puns, action, dancing, drama and pleasure unfold as Juice makes his rounds. Make sure to play the game at the beginning.

Music by Fresh and Ivan Ives from the "Juice To Get Loose To" album. For those of you who are interested in more music you can find it at www.nothresholdrecords.co m or myspace.com/ivanives

thanks again for everyone's support. More cartoons are on the way!!!

Reviews


TheLostBrothaTheLostBrotha

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 2, 2008

damn =]

awesome fucking beat in the music, the lyrics are ridiculous but funny, especially how the cartoon acts it out!!! great job!!!



deadman245deadman245

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 2, 2008

Awesome music video.

It's a very good music video. Had a lot of meaning in the pictures. Matched the words in the song perfectly. Nice animating style. Everything was well drawn and put together in an excellent manner. Good job.



IstarosIstaros

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 2, 2008

not bad overall

pretty good, but what's with all the chicks looking like Kricfalusi ripoffs? come on dude


Sweetsweetback responds:

Hey dude. Maybe you should do your research and realize that generic cartoony girls have been drawn and established in the cartoon world since the 20's. Check out decarlo, divito, tex avery, bob clampett, russell, freddie moore etc. and you will see my influences and possibly some of john k's too. Just because john k was the last person to bring cartoony shit back into the collective pysche of recent generations does not mean he is soley responsible for the cartoony style, in fact he has borrowed (stolen) from a lot of stuff from the past. Remember, John K didn't invent cartoony cartoons, he just took credit for it in the 1990's. holler.

peace out homie.


MasterKanoopyMasterKanoopy

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 2, 2008

This reminds me of that old cartoon style.

Like conjunction junction or how a bill becomes a law.

Anyways, I loved this animation, I actually found the nudity hilarious. The characters in it made me laugh the entire time. Even though I am not into rap, I found the lyrics extremely entertaining. This is the stuff I like and will watch/listen too again and again.


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FertxCoreFertxCore

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 2, 2008

great style

Hey I really liked this animation. My favorite thing about this flash was the literal interpretations of the lyrics, and everytime I watch it I understand more and more so it definatley has high replay value.

What I also liked about this flash is your style. I like the overexaggerated women and the solid colored characters with a couple lines of hair. Sort of reminds me of way back when watching saturday morning cartoons with a little bit of modernism tossed in.

I really liked how you colored everything. I like the dull colors that you use as well as the backgrounds.

Considering how fast paced the song is you displayed each scene with just enough information to get the meaning across i.e (the skinny guy becoming fat when the lyrics say "raps got fatter but now there is just more to love" with rap written on his shirt and people all over him).

The final thing i enjoyed about this flash is the movement of the characters were very fluid. Again i really like your style of animation. Not to mention the kind of innocence that these characters had doing crude things also complimented the humor in this animation.

Oh and awesome cameos from Ball Sack cat and When Nature Calls

Thanks again


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