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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!
That was preety funny, the animation was good, but I would lie if I said I was expecting a bit less of tweens and more FBF, tweens sorta made the animation style an eyesore, which would lead me to think that you didn't test the movie enough times while making it. The drawings were lovely, I really like you Butch Hartman style, although I don't like The Fairy Oddparents, your art style is funny and cartoony, aswell as your character design.
The ending was a big shock, I liked it, but since this was for April Fools, I thought it was just someone throwing the snow from a rooftop, so I jumped back in laughter at the last moment. Keep this stuff going, this is good!
Thanks, I cram tweens down your throat since my turn-around time on these movies is so slow. I guess I need to own up to the Butch Hartman-iness of my style. :P
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
Yeah, they broke the universe, and now they'll PAY!
that was really funny
was funny, but to many ahh's.. but liked it...
Sorry, but this is funny.
The prob is that not all ppl understand this short, but its really funny :D
I like to leave them baffled. :P
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