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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.
Nicely done, though (and i'm sure not anybody will notice this but me), when he was in the sewer the way the original thing was chasing him moved like the final boss of Ducktales 2 for the NES.
Impressive, sir. You have just created a myth, as the history shows the sacrifice of one's individual self for a greater good (even if it wasn't it's original intention). I really liked both the art style and the music.
The plot was also very good. I specially liked the background art.
Congratulations and keep up the good work.
This is... I don't know. I could say it's sad, or sweet, but there's something else about it that I just can't put my finger on. Maybe it's innocence, or simplicity...? Maybe it's just that Scarfy's sacrifice was just to bring his world of color again, literally and metaphorically. Maybe it's that piano music, and all those spaces of silence. I don't know. But whatever it is, I really like it.
I can tell a lot of work was put into this! It's a new style, but still reminiscent of your original style, which is nice. And Scarfy is really cute,haha. Great job on this!
it was great kinda creepy and sad until he woke up 10/5
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A story about a kid and idk...
A short muisc video based on the classic song "The Window Cleaner" sung by George Formby
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