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Apr 3, 2012 | 3:13 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place April 4, 2012

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Hey fellas! Do you like paper? Well here's a whole bunch of it! It's got an animation drawn on it about a doctor and some other stuff. Animated on a lighting desk made from a vinyl player I found on the street and my bedside lamp.

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HoboweaselHoboweasel

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This animation was so fluid and aesthetically unrefined; it made me imagine a well developed storyboard for some fictitious, demented cartoon series. I love that you included what appeared to be boundary lines and numbers on the paper. Again, I love the fluidity you attained with the paper sketches, and that you appear to have a solid grasp of the media.

The drill bit (no pun intended) was very funny and seemed reminiscent of a dentists office - namely the sound of the drill. The "waiting room" was also hilarious in its abysmal mileu of an old skeleton and dilapidated sign; the coughing child tethered up at the bench being bludgeoned with a broken bottle was so incredibly morbid - not to mention priceless. Your animations really cheer me up - to the extent at which I begin to contemplate my own sanity.

This is an amazing piece, and I hope to see more animations of this nature and media.


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BlordowBlordow

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Love the style dude. I laughed when the doctor hit the kid who coughed, good work!



SketchistGamesSketchistGames

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not bad!(+2) I like the paper feeling(+1) and it was pretty funny!(+1.5)I also like how you stuck with black-and-white!(+.5) BUT I don't like how it had the "x" and the page titles or whatever that was...(-1) I also liked how the waiting "rom" was spelled(+.5) and the kid who got kicked plus the skeleton(+.5) so that is a total of 2,3,4.5,5,4,4.5, 5!!!



scriptingsoulscriptingsoul

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Too short but so good!



redminusredminus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Legit, it turned out really clear and consistent but I love the feel of the pencil, it works great with your style IMO. I also like that you left the frame numbers on the pages


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