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TaL: The Snowball Effect

rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Apr 1, 2009 | 5:11 PM EDT

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Author Comments

Yeah, this really is the end.

"The Snowball Effect" (NG-T001)
Written and Directed by Daran Carlin-Weber
Produced by Ixintro Animation Enterprises

Runtime: 2 Min

Featured Music: "Snowflake Music" from the Rushmore Soundtrack and "Spiralling Shape" by They Might Be Giants!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

this was funny

man I"m gona miss tywo though dude I wish u would make more it's a kickass series still, a decent way to end it....

Pixmintro responds:

HA! You believed me?! There's another episode coming in a few months. :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This flash actually made me laugh hahaha!
Great Job. Nice graphic and plot! You deserved my all 10 :D

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

slick production

aside from the confusing ending (what exactly initiates the meteor shower? Is it just random or do the characters literally 'break the universe' by doing the snow thing too many times?) that was gr8! enjoyable little flick

i'm gonna go home and shovel

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Pixmintro responds:

Yeah, they broke the universe, and now they'll PAY!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

hahahaha that was good

Holy shit, I didnt know you were so good!

your style is really good and you make a very good use of it. I really like the way you animated this thing.You used a combination of fbf and tweens. simple but does the job.

I particularly enjoy the precision in lipsnich and details on the mouths

I tought you were a n00bie or something but holy shit you are like pro level
Keep them coming!

Pixmintro responds:

Wow, thanks! I got a lot of heat for bad lipsync in my first movies so now I spent an excruciating amount of time on it. :P Thanks man.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Makes me feel cold.

Pixmintro responds:

I know what you mean, to get the right sense of snow for this movie, I purposely locked myself in a meat freezer for six hours... And for the rocket cart scenes from Ep. #3, I threw myself down a fligh of stairs on a toolcase. :P