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May 25, 2012 | 3:31 AM EDT

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Giraffe and Byron find a styrofoam cooler full of Satan blood, and Mr. Fortress comes to be.

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Neophyte-RoninNeophyte-Ronin

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 26, 2012

Why the fuck wasn't this on the Front Page? Hello? Hello, Stamper? Tom? Fuckin' Luis? You jerks suddenly go blind?

The sound quality sucks. That's not quite the point. This is a fluid animation rendered with love by Amsel. He has made a series out of a Giraffe and Racoon living together. When they encounter a vat of blood meant for a transfusion, their eerie desire to watch what might happen overcomes their senses, resulting in hilarious results. What's in the blood? Well, you have to consider who's it for.

Frankly, this is pretty damn good. Hope to God Amsel hangs around. Why wasn't this brought on the Front Page again?


Amsel responds:

The sound quality is much better on the YouTube version. I just don't know anything about flash so I don't know how to export a .swf with good audio quality.


SwagMuffinSwagMuffin

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 25, 2012

Nice animation



rig2000rig2000

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 25, 2012

oh this is funny!


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BrennonRamseyBrennonRamsey

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 25, 2012

Cool animation top notch and very funny animation as well!



JayJay

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 25, 2012

Great animation, funny story, and the characters are great.

I love your art style and the writing is funny too. The only thing that I can think to tell you for advice is maybe to get some voice actors. The voices used were fine, but you can always use more. I loved the fact that they tried the blood on an NES game and Mr. Bucket :P

BIG PROBLEM: You need to stop the audio clip of the two dolls attacking the giraffe, it continues out throughout the entire flash and kind of ruins it. Other than that, it was perfect.


Amsel responds:

I realized that as soon as I published it. I didn't notice because it never did that while I was making it or when I exported in other formats. I fixed it as quick as I could, but not before fifty people saw it. I'm really embarrassed about this, and I'm very sorry.