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Apr 14, 2009 | 5:56 AM EDT
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FAUX Chapter II

Armand meets with the mysterious girl from the train convinced she may somehow be connected to a recent murder.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

The reason that I like this chapter is because of how we get to see part of the bigger picture of the events surrounding Armand and Jan. Some of the character motion could have been better, however, and perhaps soem of the lightign as well.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

GAAAAAAAAAAAHH WHERE'S THE FREAKING PAUSE BUTTON?!?!?!?!?! I HAD TO GET UP AND I MISSED THE WHOLE THING AND HAD TO WATCH IT ALL OVER AGAIN!!!! Amazing work though :) I loooove this show/story. It seriously does bother me that none of these newgrounds animation have a pause button though :( I hate having to restart entire animations just because I had to get up to feed my cat.

marsoupskin responds:

I think the issue with pause buttons is the music. The image pauses but the music continues and so goes out of sync. Not sure there's a way around it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

My god...

It moves like a graphic novel put on television.... Great work! Stays on still-shots just long enough to pick up all the details without your interest falling...

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Clunky Dialogue

Now of course I'm not going to rag on anything art related despite some awkward posing, but the most obviously flubs appear within the dialogue. I'm not certain you're reading the lines you're writing aloud or else you'd be able to tell how unnatural they feel. "Perhaps some closet skeletons have been stirred"? Say it out loud. Notice how wholly odd that sounds? Certainly they aren't grammatically wrong but the flow of the sentence is put off simply by the order in which you speak the words and it's meaning, while otherwise obvious, becomes a bit harder to decipher.

I'm hoping this isn't as much of an issue as the episodes progress and you gain more experience, but consider re-writing each new episode as you work on them and have several people proof-read it so that you have multiple perspectives to make revisions with.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

now, this is...


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