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A short feature with Giraffe and Byron and some old guy.
These are really great, keep it up!
If it's any condolence, I've never heard of the cartoon show "Regular Show", while I do watch cartoons more then i probably should, I grew up with Tom & Jerry and Loony Tunes.. these cheap minimalist animated 100% vector art mass produced cartoons really don't make the cut of things i'd ever be willing to sit though. There were more complex perspective changes and body movements in your cartoons then most i've seen on tv in a new cartoon show, and given that you're probably going to get light years even better with practice.. well, that's why i can't stand them.
PS: please add a loading bar dude, you can literally download them for drag and drop for NG downloads page, if you'd like to build your own they're really not complicated, and there are dozens of tutorials online :P
I liked how the man talked about the laws of physics. :) Good job, keep it up.
I gave a good chuckle when I saw them floating. I expected them to bootstrap eachother into levitation, and my prediction was correct. What you came up with still surprised and entertained me. Good job.
That said, it's short, and not burst-out-loud-into-inappropriate-guf fawing funny. But it is absurd, and I like absurdity.
For some reason... it reminded me of Regular Show.
You're not the first person to say that, and I find that fact extremely discouraging.
The fist time I saw a commercial for Regular Show, I knew I'd been beat to the punch. Matt and I created Giraffe and Byron in high school. We used them in comics and drawings and they were original. Our sense of humor was unique. Except for Bert and Rocket, there really weren't any cartoon characters that were raccoons then. I loved how original we were. But then Regular Show came about and our originality was gone, just like that. I remember watching that commercial with a sinking feeling in my gut, knowing it was the cartoon I always wanted to make and now someone else already made it. If I had known then that Regular Show would become popular, I would have felt even worse, because now that it has I can make nothing that will not be compared to it. Everything I make is now, in the eyes of the public, automatically second place to Regular Show. In fact, I bet most people think I ripped off Regular Show. That's the worst part of it all.
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