Update 2/20: Wow. I discovered that, due to a coding omission, there were actually 71 kills. Lol.
Update 1/3: R.E.D is now available for download. Yes, that snazzy piece from the intro.
Update 12/31: Tomfitz popped in tonight and uploaded the music from Redness, for your downloading pleasure.
Update 10/20: TehDudster/NgGangsterPimp made a high quality video of Redness Precision and uploaded it to YouTube. It's lag free. Trust me, you'll enjoy it. Link: http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=t8Nhy40_I_A
WHAT THE FUCK, HOW COME NOBODY CALLED ME?!
LOL. I hope I'm not too late. Kinda missed it yesterday, tweaking some last minute stuff. I hope I can still participate in Madness Day. Don't count me out. 3:
The credits get cut off, so there's not Replay button. Sorry. Just hit Rewind and you should be good.
Yes, this is Redness. It is not dead. It simply took a vacation. I hope you enjoy.
Fun Fact: This movie is almost 10 minutes long and the final scene was completed in two nights.
Trivia: *The fictional sniper rifle, AP-34 (Advanced Precision), was produced in Malta. This is an allusion to a plot line in an older Madness animation involving weapon smuggling.
*Mike Tufano is a reference to my late grandfather who had run-ins with the Mafia back in the day.
*A.C.E-Corn and Shoop both make cameo appearances in this animation (the former being dead).
*The two burglars seen in the Metropolitan Museum are Shock and Awe, two characters who will be appearing in a future Madness movie featuring them as the protagonists.
*Giovanni lives at an apartment in an alternate version of a building on the intersection of E 82nd Street and Madison Avenue. Try to find it on Google Maps. :D
Also, credits to Fatshark for the GIF and lots of moral support while I was on the verge of fisting my laptop through a USB port.