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Aug 6, 2011 | 11:59 PM EDT
  • Weekly Users' Choice August 9, 2011
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Author Comments

The final episode of the Animator vs. Animation trilogy.
"The Chosen One" from episode two is trapped inside the Animator's
internet explorer in forced labor as a pop-up blocker. This segment
follows his eventual escape onto Microsoft Word, Solitaire, Minesweeper,
and the desktop.

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SIxNightmareSIxNightmare

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 24, 2011

damn

this was pretty awsome nice job


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kimo2001kimo2001

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 24, 2011

Awesome

Exiting and funny.That animator deserved what he got.



Blitz9z9Blitz9z9

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 23, 2011

One word...

-POW! There's a good piece of animation, right there. Good job man and congrats!



TalemirTalemir

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 23, 2011

WOW

I hate stick figure animations! With a passion! But this one actually had artistic ingenuity behind it! Just like the previous two! lol! I never thought I'd see a third but here I am watching it and going "THIS IS FUCKING EPIC!". You sir, have made my day! You may use stick figures, but you know how to manipulate everything else around them, that takes real talent. That I feel is the main reason people hate stick figure animations to begin with, at least that is one of my pet peeves. Just a bunch of stick figures moving around and nothing else, nothing more creative like ascii art or windows being set on fire, being tossed around and erupting from the ground and collapsing in heaps of rubble. As much as I love seeing this wonderful series come to an end, I do hope you continue your work! If not with this style then something certainly along the same lines. You have a rare gift, I hope to see more from you soon!



SakarianoutcastSakarianoutcast

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 23, 2011

hmm. . .

should have used the Diablo factor. That would have destroyed your rogue creation in a heartbeat.