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Oct 29, 2008 | 12:44 PM EDT

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PLEASE WATCH UNTIL THE END
This entire cartoon was done using my mouse, no lines, no circles, no bullsh*t. Just hand and mouse animation for your eye pleasures.

**Fixed an issue where the music was stopping too early and added some needed SFX as per your requests!***
**Fixed an issue where Preloading movie was glitching up**

We've been working on this a Halloween feature a long while, I hope you all enjoy it. My computer could barely chug through and finish this one due to the high amounts of action and art put into it. Hope you all enjoy, and let us know what you think!!

Thanks,
Taco Buttfish
Nathan Gibson and Steve Garnett.

Reviews


CamelSamCamelSam

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Halloqween is sweet

My favrit holiday is this. not shur what toon was sayin but i like the mark at the end. maybe mark of the beast? why did lanterjack come from ass, makes no sense but is hilarious, i laughed, why cant you re wind.....



dghjgttydghjgtty

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

that was the weirdest thing i have ever seen X(

it was ok



kaituzinkurukaituzinkuru

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it was ok

nothing to funny but nothing to sucky


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torinjrtorinjr

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

its really sad when you first see the kid!50/100%

each star worth 10 points! when the kid got sad i just about bawled from sadness as if the kid was me!

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darkmotiondarkmotion

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great start@

Hey there! Thanks for dropping by and checking out my work. You asked for some feedback, so here's what I can pass onto you!:

Lip sync: It's usually best to 'snap' between mouth shapes rather than tweening between them. If you animate a frame ahead, it'll make your mouths slip into the audio very cleanly!

Posing: Try and avoid twinning (symmetry). Instead of just moving arms, move the whole form and let the other pieces follow. You might want to check out some of the old WB cartoons and watch for strong lines of action!

Composition:
You have some strong ideas for shot composition, and voice/acting! That's all holding it together well

Of course this all comes with practice. You have the software down pat- just need to fine tune the animation fundamentals and you'll be on your way :)

(hope this helps!)


tacobuttfish responds:

Thanks a ton! Feels GREAT to get some good tips from a good artist, I'll keep pushing forward and once again thanks for your help!

-Taco Buttfish.