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In this episode Ravey educates San Francisco on the basic rules of crossing the street, because unbelievably there are some people who can't figure it out...
I loved the jokes and the animations fit perfectly with them. It added that extra "Look what's going in my mind while I'm telling this joke" which adds a lot to the funny.
Same style as your "Greg's Officemax Freakout" which is a relatively new and very promising style (not many flash artists that try successfully portray the radio jokes).
Only negative point would be an error on the radio show's part: The woman's voice is way too nags so much. Nevertheless it doesn't make the joke harder to get.
Nice "old educational movie" style you put there, it fit well. Keep it up! These flashes rock (if the joke is good that is)!
I just didnt find it that funny.
These dudes are pretty drull, and the animation was nonexistent. (minuse the traced walkcycle)
there really wasnt enough going on in the audio to make this funny. You should've added more visual gags, to make up for the lameness of the announcers.
Actually the walk cycle wasn't traced I actually had to time those out and draw them myself. I do know how to do that. I'm from the opinion that sometimes less is more and because of this I hesitate going to far with the sight gags. I also made the choice to keep animation to a minimum. I wanted it to be a old-timey educational film. Whether or not I succeeded is up to the viewer.
If you are going to critique... Please critique the animation, and in a constructive and helpful manner next time. I have no control over what audio I use in this case.
I'll have to agree with the previous fellow about the audio. By compressing the audio, you get shitty high frequencies. But that's all in your control. You just had to pass it through an equalizer. If you're going to work directly off of an audio file, might as well make it sound great.
The animation, on the other hand, is very nice. I was a little thrown off by the whole "old-timey" feel about it... but hey, whatever works. Your faces are particularly effective at conveying what the characters are feeling.
I did... I tried my best to fix the audio, and I was working off the original audio from the studio.... but it is what it is. Thanks for the feedback.
The animation and graphic style fit the soundtrack. It was a pretty good idea and kind of interesting.
But that woman's voice was so irritating and she was just babbling on and on about crap. I wish she would walk in front of a bus so that her grating voice would shut the hell up.
I know you didn't really pick the audio; it picked you. But ARRRRRRRGH!
If the audio were more interesting and not so irritating, I would have scored the animation higher.
Please ask that lady to walk in front of a train. Also, I suspect she is just a crap driver, as opposed to the careful driver she makes herself out to be, but just blames traffic incidents on everyone else. Incompetent at life. Should have her license and voice box revoked, along with reproductive and respiratory organs.
I'm sorry you feel that way about the audio, but I'm glad you liked the animation.
actually i'm from new york and we do just cross wherever the hell we want
pretty funny movie
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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