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Ça Ça Mirlaquerr

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Nov 17, 2011 | 1:49 PM EST
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[Lo:Muêso]'s song 'Ça Ça Mirlaquerr' features Mister Coo falling from the sky, then things take a life of its own.
(edit) lots of thanks for those nice reviews!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Creative :)

indeed my friend XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ren & Stimpy + Twisted Tales of Felix = Mirlaquerr

Very good animation, it is very reminiscent of Ren and Stimpy, but with the life of Felix the cat. Very Very good work, I can not wait for the next twisted adventure you create for this Nose Man Mirlaquerr!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Love the Crazy Animation

The animation and design is very fluent and detailed, so much I had to watch it again so I could see everything. Really like the characters expressions as well, reminds me of the wacky cartoons I used to watch and how much they over reacted which I also find entertaining, but nothing funny. Also, the colouring was very vibrant at times and you did a brilliant job with the shading.

However, even though I like the randomness, the story just didn't do much that was interesting. Nothing special stuck out, it was more about the animation and the unexpected events.

As for the music, I say it's alright at best. Very hard to describe. The main rhythm is simple so it became boring quickly, flicking the same chords over and over, and the singer is pretty uninspiring.

So a 6 mostly because of your amazing animation and colouring, but lacking in all other areas.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i cried...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is the kind of quality I hope to achieve 1day

It's so fluid; one thing to another. A constant transformation. Just incredible technical and creative prowess. I need to look closer and see how you made this. I see lots of FBF and some tweening (maybe it's hard to tell). And the scene with the water color lokking style. What software do you use?

nachotururu responds:

it's just flash with a couple of movieclip filters. The textured backgrounds were made in photoshop. It's Flash MX, by the way. I personally find very little use in newer versions.