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Jun 13, 2011 | 9:38 PM EDT
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Meet Lolita; neo-hippie and over-dedicated, cultural zealot. Meet her grandfather; Native American and wishing his granddaughter wasn't such an idiot.

Runtime: 3 Minutes 35 seconds

I did this as my Animation II and Animation III final. Took about 3 non-consecutive months and my first time using AfterEffects for post-production (Yeah sorry about the 25 MB size). Lolita is also a character from a series concept of mine called "Summer Rec" so expect to see more of her eventually.

Thanks to Sapphire for helping me find a great cast and thanks to Hnilmik and D-Mac for being that great cast.

Reviews


crimsonangel16crimsonangel16

Rated 5 / 5 stars

XD hahaha was cute!

Good acting, good art style and flow of the animation. Um what else..................MAKE IT RAIN :D


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taysonm12taysonm12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol

i told you, you try to hard



LEAXXXLEAXXX

Rated 5 / 5 stars

niiiiiiiiice animation!

but i didn't understood too much the sense of the video...
maybe just because I'm a stupid argentinian... too bad :(

but I understood some things, and I liked them! nice work!



lududludud

Rated 5 / 5 stars

that's why i don't be some one i'm not.

all though i got different cultures in my family background. i don't do much because with em out side of the food......


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DelRio1991DelRio1991

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best I've seen since 'Warriors of the Portal' !

It's not often that I find something on Newgrounds that is animated so well and enthralls me as much as this animated short did! The animation was a brilliant mix of real world things and drawn characters. While this is basically a short joke , the set-up is just as entertaining as the punchline.
It takes more than brilliant writing to make a good cartoon, you need voice talent and animation that shows that the creators actually care about what they are doing.
It's obvious that Pixmintro put all his effort into this cartoon and the end result is an instant classic.
I've noticed some people say that they feel that Lolita was treated badly by her grand-father. While I think that Native American culture is something that should be preserved (I have a little bit of Cherokee blood in me[VERY LITTLE!]) the main point can also be the cultural differences between each generation, not just a slam on 'neo-hippies', like Lolita.
Excellent job Pixmintro, you have now earned a spot onto my favorites list.