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Sep 12, 2012 | 7:24 PM EDT
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In a gloomy, monochromatic universe , Scarfy takes it upon himself to bring what color and joy he can to the world around him.

I've been working on this for AGES, and It's nice to finally see it finished.
This isn't supposed to be funny. I wanted to try something totally new, and I like how it turned out.

Also, the big bad guy's name is Inkwell.

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zacksims123zacksims123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"WHAT? THE END? NO!"
My first reaction.



SamanationsSamanations

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Its great I love the scenery and the character. The music is so upsetting at pionts but I still love it ;(.



WillianatiortrioWillianatiortrio

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can tell this didn't end how you intended. I liked this very much, you have a very controlled use of animation, perspective, use of music, and many other great qualities in this flash. You made the story as you drew along, right? It was still a very cute story and very well done. Like I said though, the end was very abrupt. I'm sure most people wanted to see Scarfy helped up by the people he saved, or just have some clarity on what happened. Nevertheless, very good job and keep it up.



ArsonistGavelArsonistGavel

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Aw..wonderful job! I enjoyed the character design for Inkwell. Interesting appearance. The flash itself was well-structured, and you left none of the events feeling forced. The end makes me wonder, did Scarfy live on? Or did he sacrifice himself for a beautiful world, free of darkness? I like that you seem to leave it to the viewer's imagination to determine that. Great job!


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reinreinreinrein

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The story is sad being alone in a world full of messed up things
but scarfy changed that by using color the story is so touching
gud work man :D


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