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Oct 7, 2010 | 5:22 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place October 8, 2010

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"That was fucking awesome! Great job Terkoiz.
It was cool to see my original art in the reflections.
The post-credits made me lol.

Official sequel as far as I'm concerned. :P

I've got another one in the works myself.
It once had a very similar cliff sequence actually, but I've since scrapped that hehe.

Thanks for the "tribute"; brought a tear to my eye."
-SWITCH, Creator of the original Tentacle Monster.

Oh my ;_; I am truly honored.

ANYWAYS, this was my depiction of what had happened directly off the ending of his work. If you haven't seen Tentacle Monsters yet, go check it out. Look up "Tentacle Monsters" or "SWITCH" (author search) in the NG search.
Second of the four animations released on 4Day at FluidAnims.com

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superskullkandysuperskullkandy

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 8, 2010

Ridclously awesome

didnt expect anything like that



IAmTheSpoonIAmTheSpoon

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 8, 2010

No teenage anime tentacle secks!

You heretic bastard! :D

As for the animation - I'm impressed, but the whole thing could be a bit smoother. I like it how unlike most stickmen fight videos you took more effort into the sound and the actual voice(add breathing if you got a good mic next time)

3D is nice touch, as much as it is unrefined.

Good luck on your future animations. If you want style advice - don't stylize fights in medieval - it's out of fashion atm. As you can see by the iWizard fellow, mixing modern with the fantasy seems to catch a lot of people's attention.

Stay good.



steene99steene99

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 8, 2010

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

holy jesus fucking ass crackers epic x10


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jessepinwheeljessepinwheel

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 8, 2010

I love this.

I figured that, since I've seen this so many times, I should drop you a review.

I really like how you integrate the three dimensions into stick figure animation, and I also really like how you integrated SWiTCH's style into the animation. The animation itself is very smooth, and it syncs with the music great.

This is just nitpicking a bit, but at the beginning run scene, the right arm looks a bit like it has three joints. I'm not sure why, though. Also, some scenes look like you used a really low smoothing, but that doesn't really detract from the quality of the animation.

I showed this to a friend as well as the original Tentacle Monsters and she said that she liked your better because of how you used the three dimensions, and I think that I might agree.

When I saw the title I assumed that you were just talking about the tentacle monsters that generally seem to show up a lot in other stick figure animations, like that one that Miccool made (That's the only one that comes to mind at the moment), but I never knew that it was a tribute to an actual animation. And since I'm pretty sure that the idea of this animation, besides to pay tribute, was to get people to know about the original Tentacle Monster animation, I thought that I should just tell you.

On a mostly unrelated note, I'm under the impression that I recognize that song at the end since I listen to a lot of X-Ray Dog. I just can't think of the name...

So, yeah. I'm giving you a ten since I can't find anything to take points off for.
Keep up the work, Terkoiz! I don't know if you're going to post the other two animations for 4 day, but I sure hope you do.

Oh, and where do you get all of the scream sound effects? Somehow I can't imagine you making them yourself.


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Subv3rSaLSubv3rSaL

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 8, 2010

a_a

Alright, great animation and stuff... but what's with the hate of the puspus ?
That ISN'T cool dude.. seriously =(