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Sep 22, 2010 | 12:51 AM EDT

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Oh my goodness, it's finally done. This is the kind of project that makes me never want to animate again. It took several comedy tapes, CBC radio podcasts, rap albums, and audiobooks in parts on Youtube, to get me through this.

Okay, so maybe it wasn't really all that dramatic, but I did work hard. I tried to change up the Madness formula a little bit, so please try to be a little open-minded with it.

...oh! And credit to someone called Pepper at Fluidanims.com for the sound-effects.
No go watch it:)

EDIT: Wow. I wrote form instead of from in the description. DERRR.

EDIT EDIT: Why won't it update the description??? It looks like I don't speak english or something!

Reviews


yoda1235yoda1235

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol pwned

hank five!



maxxor48maxxor48

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

such a smooth flash

and the ending made me lol but a little short



gerardus93gerardus93

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hahahaa....

Funny video.. that makes madness look really cute..
Hahahaa


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JoeTheGreat123JoeTheGreat123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

LOL

ending made me laughed so hard.



True-SabreTrue-Sabre

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great twist on the Madness.

While this piece was entertaining by itself, I enjoyed it a bit more because some of your animation reminded me of the whole 'Bitey from Brackenwood' series. That almost unique form of extension and slightly choppy smoothness is what I took note of; though of course I've no idea if that was an influence on you or not. Anyhow, that was very amusing. Grats.


Ypok responds:

Bitey definitely is a huge inspiration for me. I think it is for almost everyone who has seen it.
I sorta cheated with the smoothness. I used a lot of free-transforming to move the characters on the frame before I re-drew them. I dunno if that makes sense. Thanks for the review anyway.