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Tutti-Fruity Smoothie

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rated 3.38 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Original
Tags:
fruit
eaten
blender
subtitled

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Oct 25, 2010 | 6:12 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Three characters, a mango, a banana and a family of grapes face their worst fear of being "jucyfied".
Will Mango Man be able to save them in time, or are they destined to be eaten?

Enjoy this short animation. I hope you will have as much fun watching it, as I had making it!
Thank you and have a tutti-fruity day!

This is my first animation made.

Reviews


DiancaDianca

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

Well done...awesome animation love the idea of the talking fruit. Great stuff for a first time I love the mango man hahaha!!! very funny!!!



MisterAnimatorMisterAnimator

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Nice

It's very nice for your first animation ,ey! Keep on animating this fruity stuff. :-)



LadyDuffLadyDuff

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Brilliant First Time Work!!

Really a job well done! The voice acting and sound effects really contribute beautifully to the funny atmosphere of this animation! Really loved it and would surely recommend my friends to view it if they need some cheering up!

Overall impression for a first time animator: Outstanding!



reverendreverend

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty good!

Pretty good animation. I enjoyed the artwork and the music was fitting. The voice acting was well done and really helps carry the story along. The only thing that I have qualms about is that the plot seems to wander. What was the purpose of telling Mr. Mango's superpower when he did nothing to save them. Regardless, it's still a well animated short; nice work!



SentioSentio

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Excellent!

This is a really impressive for your first work. The animation is basic, but beautifully done, while you clearly have a lot of talent for art and drawing attractive characters and backgrounds. The music was appropriate and sat nicely in the background, really adding to the piece as a whole, and the voice acting was good.

Areas to improve:

The story was a bit slow, and not especially exciting. Perhaps work on your dialogue and make it a bit more punchy- have the characters interrupt each other, or argue- there seemed to be little emotion in it. It would also have been nice to have some sort of lip-synching, though I realise this is very difficult.

It would be nice to have some more animation going on in the scenes. Most of them were simply blinking eyes, which is hardly exciting. Even something as simple as a bird flying across the background (in a repeated motion) would instantly make your environments feel more alive- you don't need to have especially challenging animation, but adding complexity and depth to the background can give the illusion of it.

Still, I enjoyed it. I hope you submit more work here in the future.