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Aug 28, 2011 | 12:53 AM EDT
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By now you're wondering, "Wow! What talent! Amazing! Sensational! This man should work for (Insert Animation Company Here)!" If you didn't, I not surprised. Because I'M the only one wondering that.
What you see before you is ME(yes, me), as a cartoon, chasing a remote that has the mind bending powers to make me transform into any character I want. I just wanted to see if I could animate several different art styles as a challenge. This was more for practice.
This is the short Newgrounds version of my video. I plan on releasing more footage and more character designs. That's where you come in:

Below, post any character or art style you want me to transform into. I'll make a post on whether the style's been already placed in the movie or not. Send this to your friend and family! Spread the word and give me ideas. I want ideas from the fans! These will be used in the final version. Use your imagination, such as an art style from:
-TV Show
-Video Game
-Particular Artist
-Or you're own style...maybe...

Characters used in this video belong to:
-The Brothers Chaps
-Butch Hardman
-Niko Anesti
-Matt Wilson
-Bryan Lee O'Mailley
-Trey Parker and Matt Stone
-Gigi D' Agostino
-Clone High
-The Japanese
-Craig McCracken
-Edd Gould

Want the music? Here it is: ievert/

Don't worry. If I don't respond to your review, it doesn't mean I didn't read and appreciate it. I've read them all...twice!

Please enjoy and try not to hate me!
Mike Southmoor

EDIT: Before you guys say this is the most unoriginal idea JUST because I'm drawing characters from TV shows/flash cartoons, I must point out that I incorporated some of MY designs into this so that it balances out.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lots of fun!

Great at doing all the styles!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, great idea

That was pretty cool, and you nailed the styles down well. I LOVED that classic 30's version, I was disappointed he moved off the screen so quickly, should of gave him more screen time! He was also the most well animated out of the bunch.

And I can't believe you didn't do Simpson's style, come on what's wrong with you!? Haha, well for suggestions, Spumco would be interesting, Filmation style covers a whole era, and rotoscoping yourself could be pretty neat.
If you really wanna challenge yourself you can try theatrical Disney style.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Like it!)

Simply clever)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice animation.

That was certainly transformation. Rather cute and smooth transformations, I might add.

At number 7, um, well... last time I checked, that's how all Fairly Odd Parents' character's legs look like. ._.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I loved it, I could recognize where a lot of the styles have been used in. I'm surprised you were able to draw all those styles the way you did. I guess you're quite talented in drawing different styles of animation.