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Apr 28, 2012 | 1:07 PM EDT

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Nothing Head is born, begins his pursuit of futility and learns his first lesson.

"One is still what one is going to cease to be and already what one is going to become." - Jean Paul Sartre

"Yesterday's weirdness is tomorrow's reason why." - Hunter S. Thompson,

Written and Animated by Danny Bacchus
Sound Design by Adam McSweeney
http://www.neskinindustri es.com

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Reviews


bgibbsbgibbs

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 2, 2012

not completely sure of what went on in the video since i dont feel like he took the characteristics of a rat or learned any lesson from the rat either... so hopefully you clear some stuff in the next episode. I do understand that by your art style you probably will leave a large window open for us to make our own sense out of all of this. I love the tone you set and will definitely check out episode 2 because i am intrigued. Keep it up



OptimantisOptimantis

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 2, 2012

This was eerily interesting. I don't know what to think about this, but I'm really interested in what happens next.



MistyEntertainmentMistyEntertainment

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 29, 2012

Animation / Graphics - The animation style here is definitely unique, and interesting, to say the least. The actual movements are, of course, only motion-tweening/auto-interpolation, but given the character design, I don't know if any other form of animation would've suit it. The whole thing feels so surreal, and just plain awesome. The movements feel very 2-dimensional, but I guess that was intended for effect, so that's not a complaint.

Structure - Pretty good, everything was structured, along with the animation. Everything amounted to a great surreal cartoon.

Audio - Very fitting for this kind of submission. As with every other submission, the sound effects definitely contribute to the overall feeling of the flash. The audio was edited well, too.

Overall - A strange, but awesome flash that I'd definitely watch again. Added to my 'Favorites' list.


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Wow, thanks for the great review!


joshuamilburnjoshuamilburn

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 2, 2012

So here's what I think. I get it... You're making a series hence episode 1. But your first episode needs to really capture the attention of the viewers. This did to a certain level but It was not high. When I logged on NG I had to choose what animation to watch; yours or cosmic love storyboard. I obviously chose yours of course. It looks like a creepy animation. The other one is a love story. (not high on guys animation lists) I watched yours and my first thought was why is the main character keys, tools, hinge, and a light bulb? It was weird which might have added to the creepy because the background noise was creepy. The rat part doesn't make sense sir. It just doesn't. Furthermore (lol fancy <----) The whole show in itself is a guy is heading towards his destination. Guy comes across an obstacle and dies... He comes back to life which I like because it reminds me of the iron giant and i like life! -_- After he revives himself he heads toward his destination. Cut scene... That's all. I could look past the body configuration of your character, the mouse looking like a cat when it on the floor if there was a plot to this episode. at least introduce somebody IDK. Listen guy this episode could have been much better if you're doing this you can do much more. You may choose to take this as constructive criticism or take it as me being a dick. Either or I win cuz I'm high. peace



carlbobthe3rdcarlbobthe3rd

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 1, 2012

pretty cool makes you think about whats going on and there are different things that the viewer could have imagined about the meaning of this video I'm looking forward to the next one I'm only asking to not have things translucent unless meant to be there along with footsteps not just the sounds of them but actually seeing the footprint in the ground I'm a fan of graphics this is cool but its missing some detail