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Dec 6, 2010 | 8:07 PM EST

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Ike & Jim decide to camp out in Elmira for an adventerous quest!
TUNECOW 2010

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muchotacomuchotaco

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

you have potential.

I agree that the sound could be better but you do have potential. also, that one part was like saladfingers.


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FeignedHyperionFeignedHyperion

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Eh... It was alright.

The sound is definitely too low, but the animation was alright. Overall, you could use some work, but this certainly wasn't the worst. It has potential.



wolffangsagewolffangsage

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Great!

I liked it!


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RatherbillRatherbill

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Nice

pretty funny! loved the mandolin face but the voice volume levels were a little too low in comparison with the mandolin.


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Kamatachi responds:

Thanks! I know, I'm sorry about that. The voices did come out substantially lower than the sound effects in the cartoon. This was due to the heavy of use of a pop filters while recording dialogue. I tried to fix the problem, but nothing worked for me.

This is the biggest reason for the subtitles.


GodfatherStudiosGodfatherStudios

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars December 6, 2010

Hmmm...

You watch a lot of David Firth, huh?


Kamatachi responds:

I find that funny. It seems to me if anybody on Newgrounds decides to make a sort of scary, or quite dirty flash... it's automatically drawn towards Firth. But you're absolutely correct. My inspiration for the beetle came from David Firth's 'Spoilsbury Toast Boy' cartoons, and the cat in that same scene is an inspiration from Jason Steele's cartoon 'Detective Mittens: The Crime Solving Cat'.