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Apr 17, 2009 | 2:37 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place April 18, 2009

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I actually started this animation long ago. Before Doodle Battle(September, 2008). I started it to get back into stick figure animating. It went unfinished for awhile until a few weeks ago when I picked it up again. Then dropped it. I then realized I didn't have too much further to go and decided to finish it. So I did.

Frame by frame. If you don't like stick figures then. Uh. Well, mine have faces, so maybe you'll forget they are even stick figures :D

Submit to the sticks and music video collections, eh eh?

Oh and I made a song based on a review I got for this movie. /audio/listen/233276



Rated 5 / 5 stars


sirmixalot's song + the over exagerated dance moves kept me laughing te whole time.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool animation

I enjoyed watching this as it was easy to watch. In my opinion animation is the most important part of a flash. If you take the greatest drawn characters and the flash has bad animation then its automatically shitty. Obviously you werent trying to draw them perfectly. That wasnt the aim. The animation was very smooth and enjoyable. Well done.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

" your right, BABY's GOT BACK

to 3ra4ctn0d1, who gives a fuck if his drawings are not as "perfect" as everybody else?i thought it was funny how he made a simple drawing animate and entertain me during the entire thing, your reviews need to have SOME positive feedback, douchebag


Rated 5 / 5 stars

will make you pee your pants

who cares if it looks like a sketch. that was real awesome to me


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

a pointer on solid drawing:

I believe you violated the basic principle of solid drawing in animation by not keeping the basic shapes consistent from frame to frame. For example, if one were to draw a person singing, and the size and shape of their head / hair / body parts is different in every frame the illusion of life is destroyed, and for some it can be so un-aesthetic as to "hurt their eyes" or "make them sick" problems that would cause them to not want to finish your animation.

I believe you can do better if you spend a little more time and keep your drawing style a little more solid.

Good luck in the future, you are probably a talented person.

ActiveObjectX responds:

If you were an animator yourself, you wouldn't be saying that. You know very little about the animation outside of your disney concept of it. Animation is the freedom to do anything, there are no rules. You are the only person in the reviews to dislike it for the reason you are saying so you are alone in your view. Dun dun dun dun dun dunnnn.