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Mar 22, 2011 | 1:51 PM EDT
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Gentlemen's guide to Sushi.

I made this infographic for my motion graphics class, it took about two weeks to do. This was inspired by japanese design, pop art, cooking games, and other wonderful, quirky art forms.

This was made in about 2 or so weeks. MAD props to YChang for voicing the readings; he's the best. Go get him to voice your stuff.

Youtube: tch?v=XHG7Ms8Q3To (Remove space in 'watch')
Vimeo: 54654 (remove space)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This video got me thinking about sushi and sake now....Great vid by the way! Well done!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey Tyler

I voted before I watched this


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Entertaining and Informative

A very nice movie you made here. The voicing was excellent, and the graphics were beautiful. Maybe it is just me, but the link to your newgrounds page in the menu seems to be broken.

Tyler responds:

it is but I DONT care to fix it because I never want to open that file again ;<>
also its corrupt and I can't. word.

and thxbro


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice video. Maybe I"ll make sushi again some time soon.

Tyler responds:



Rated 0 / 5 stars

Needs correction in your video description at leas

You implied that only a FEW fish in sushi such as tuna, COULD have high levels of mercury, if NOT WELL PREPARED.

When the truth is that ANY fish, used in sushi or not, HAS higher mercury levels depending on their SIZE.

Those that are much bigger in nature in size than your plate always ARE dangerously mercurified AND that they should be avoided, NO MATTER their preparation, especially in sushi. And tuna is ALWAYS dangerously mercurified.
Salmon is also dangerous most of the time.

0/10 For misinforming your audience into possibly continuing a dangerous tendency.

Tyler responds:

possibly. lol