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This one is about a man and his dog.
WARNING: May be slow on some older computers due to lots of textures and camera movement. It looked a bit choppy on my laptop. Select a lower quality if that's the case. I've put it up on youtube for anyone that finds it unwatchably laggy.
True David Firth
Yesterday, I watched the first episode of Burnt Face Man (I don't know if you actually made it, but I know it came from fat-pie.com ) and I was wondering if you'd made another Salad Finger soon.
That entirely statisfied me because it is exactly the same creepy atmosphere, the random acts yet totally assumed: you got the power of making something weird have sense. Plugging a dog to make it talk through a hair-drier-shaped speaker, it sounded almost natural to me. The way he rips his skin to put some seeds to grow a tumour! By the way, when he was in the store, I was really wondering WHAT would he chose, as it mattered as much as the plot of a Stephen King book (yes, that's the only great author I could quote... well, the only one I read)
The only..... surprising thing (because it wasn't disapointing, when I'm thinking about it, since I had no idea that it would be such a great movie when I clicked "Dog of man") is the parts were he's dismembering the dog, then itself. It was grosser than your actual stuff since there was violence and pouring blood. That surprised me because actually, I'm not sure it's fitting the style of the animation, you were pretty good without violence (you know, Salad Finger hurting his finger on a hook was pretty much the worst you did)
But as I see the unfolding of it, I think it was not much paid for such an ending :)
One question, though: after he cut off his head (which makes the action really more impressive), he's dead, basicly? If it is the case, who cut his other limbs?
The mutant bonzai tree?
Keep up the good work.
And for RoadViper below me, I suggest you strongly to watch the Salad Fingers movie, if you're a bit more open-minded that you appear to be, because it's violence free, still a bit sick, but a real delight. The music is 10 times more powerful than in this movie. You should watch a bit the work of David Firth, because it's really worth the lil' effort we got to do as watchers and appreciator. It's not as if we all could do that kind of animation, huh?
how do you do it? how do you come up with this shit? i mean, what thoughts do you have that brings you to these cartoons, or what do you see in your life that makes you think about making these videos, and others like Salad Fingers and Jerry Jackson.
Wow. I don't get it. Its sick. I love it. Good work. good story, and art.
Again, you raise your own bar.
I love you, you crazy man.
It's refreshing to see animations whose moral or point is not spoon fed to the audience.
Your sound effects are absolutely squicking ad your music sets a very unsettling tone... Well done.
to help other people (including myself because im still confused) on your comments tell what is going on so that when we watch it we actually know what is going on. because at first i thought you were stoned as fuck but now im starting to get it i probably wont sleep now lol.
Ive seen your other stuff and i really liked the salad fingers series,
but this tops your legendary weirdness that i expect when watching one of yours.
Really, Really, Keep it Up.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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