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Apr 15, 2011 | 7:00 AM EDT

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A story about a man with a brick of which he loves very much. All is disrupted when a major incident happens which shatters the couples friendship causing a major incident.

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Happy birthday viewers i made this for all of your beady little mouse eyes. Have fun drinking orange juice and squelching your way through unfathomable amounts of puddles. On your way to the supermarket you may aswell get me a fresh pasty, and some water cress.



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not Good

I didn't really like it at all. It looked very unprofessional and most of the subtitles were too sloppy to even read, overall I'm not impressed. Also at points the subtitles cycled so quickly that I coundn't even try to make out what they said. It doesn't look like very much work was put into this.

bobappleman responds:

thank you i will take your views into account, have a nice day


Rated 0 / 5 stars


You've obviously watched too much David Firth, and even his style (though he's amazing) is a 'copy' of old russian art films.
I don't see anything new or original in this, and even the copying is done bad.
No actual animation to speak of, the audio is not disturbind (as it's obviously meant to be) but just plain annoying.
The dialog can't be heard at all.
Seems like you watched Spoilsbury Toast Boy and thought 'Hey anyone can do this, even me!'
You were mistaken.
Not going to give you a blam vote though, there's some raw potential in there somewhere.
Just keep working on it.

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bobappleman responds:

hey mrnewpants, anyone can do this, even me!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

So, what,

is this supposed to be a style like Salad Fingers? I understand you were going for confusion or whatever, but having the dialog inaudible and the subtitles unreadable made it difficult to understand.

bobappleman responds:

thanks ziggy, i will take your views into account, strongly.