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Coffee Talk

rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Dec 9, 2008 | 9:04 PM EST

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Final project for my Sophomore Computer Animation class

Personally I wanted to do more with it, like less tweens more fluid movements, but I think with the deadline we had I did a pretty good job

Oh and can anyone recommend a good microphone to buy, like a maximum around $150? See I only have my built in Mac microphone which is a piece of crap and my school's idiot bureaucracy won't let me use the recording studios for reasons god only knows, but any suggestions would be helpful and much appreciated <3

Background music and some sound effects from, everything else by me

Enjoy! :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars


It would have made me laugh more if it said "Made in USA" haha


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Maybe it's just because I don't EVER drink coffee

Sorry but I just don't get it. I mean yes haha that's a lot of cocoa beans, and fermaldihide(or however you spell it) shouldn't be eaten, but I don't know why this is reviewed so well. You have solid voice acting, and your visual style is sharp and memorable, but it just didn't do anything for me. I think the little, "this is based off a real event" made no sense. I mean, did someone you knew pass out from a cup of coffee? Is chinese coffee really weird? Sorry, it's just lost on me.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I like the suttle humor that leaves you to laugh at it rather than shoving it in your face and telling you THIS IS YOUR QUE TO LAUGH. I assume most idiots wouldn't know when to laugh at this.

The animation was simple and smooth... and yet the character design was complexe. I guess thats what gave this movie such a good apearance.

Can't wait for more stuff... and I'm gonna watch all your other stuff...

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


made in china?!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Made in China?!?

I like your voicing, reactions, and animating; good flash.

As for a microphone in the $150 range, I'd recommend the Samson G-Track. It's a USB mic, and sorta the successor to the already proven and popular C01U mic, which I've heard only good things about.
I have the g-track, and can testify to its usefulness; it lets you run an instrument through the mic to your computer at the same time that you're recording vocals. There is little fuzz, and it has a good, 360*, pickup range.

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