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Aug 17, 2010 | 10:16 PM EDT

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Took a bit of time to make, and I think I've gotten better at animating compared to the crap I've submitted (and had blammed).

I hope all will enjoy. Too bad youtube is being such a butt to me and my uploads. I upload to youtube for general comments, but I upload to newgrounds for critique.

Inspired by the artist, Scott Ramsoomair, this is my attempt at animating one of his comics. Most of it is traced, no duh. I tried animating this as much as possible without using any tweens.

original comic: http://www.vgcats.com/com ics/?strip_id=141

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FootinboxFootinbox

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 23, 2011

Great stuff

Would have been a 10 but that ending is getting abused. Hilarious otherwise! The troubles of a true gentleman.


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DayovernightDayovernight

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 21, 2011

Idiot

That wasn't blood on the plunger, wth? -White Gear


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Millerwite060Millerwite060

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 21, 2011

@WhiteGear

that IS the plunger! O-O *gasp*



WhiteGearWhiteGear

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 21, 2011

LOLZ

Why is there blood on the plunger?



ArdhamonArdhamon

Rated 3 / 5 stars November 21, 2011

Could be better

Now I noticed that you've used audio files from VG Cats Adaptation with No Name in the later movies and I'm fine with that. However, there are problems with this one. The animation. Most of the animation relies mainly on tweens and traced pictures of the panels from VG cats. However, I do admire your ability to animate the action from one panel to another, but it looks a little lazy. The voice acting here seems a bit off with some characters. I also noticed that some actors have mics that make static-like noise which gets annoying. The emoting wasn't as good either. I do notice a bit of an improvements in later parts, but I honestly think that animation could be upped a bit.

Also, congrats on getting Scott Ramsoomair's praise.


MikeandTreyVideo responds:

Actually, I think this is my first attempt to make a flash without using tweens (aside from a few shape tweens :D). I found it a lot easier to just use Omahdons stuff and send him a copy of the finished project to upload to his account.