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Oct 11, 2012 | 10:14 PM EDT

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Made for NMAE 2012 - round 1

The theme was "sweet and sour" and this is what I came up with for it.

Reviews


ManjinaAttacksManjinaAttacks

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 12, 2012

Educational idealistic of fruit along with good music and basics of learning.. Holy shit, ive been given a different Sociology on just how fruit is and how everything in daily life is taken for granted and how everything is completly different compared to regular life.. This made me really think about how T.vs, fruit and everything Sociology.. 5/5


sandwich-eater responds:

I'm glad this provoked thought


NewgroundSageNewgroundSage

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 12, 2012

This was rather intriguing! Instead of just a mere animation you also presented the viewers with something that becomes somewhat trivial (with minor visual gags to keep the viewer tuned in). Your presentation was a unique one to me. Animation style was basic yet well brought about. Audio was perfect and memorizing to hear due to great performance in voice acting. To top it all off the subject and manner of a mere apple being sweet & sourer actually reflects on the individual subjective mind sets being what they think was either the taste and definition of "sweet & sour". Well done here friends, well done! I'm going to bestow you a 4/5. And a 4/5 in voting power. Keep practicing, creating and contributing on here. I hope you've enjoyed this review and I wish you luck on NMAE. Good day.


sandwich-eater responds:

Thanks man!


TacoJuansTacoJuans

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 12, 2012

Fuck man that was deep. Great animation and voice over work
"Keep on Keeping on"


sandwich-eater responds:

Cheers, Taco!


Hawke310Hawke310

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 11, 2012

Your commentary is impeccable. I appreciate ynot taking down to your audience. You also just happened tho have blown my mind. 5/5


sandwich-eater responds:

Thank you!


SirUndeadSirUndead

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 11, 2012

If you think that was a large amount of words, the original script was three times longer when he brought oranges into the mix, going on a tangerine tangent!

Excellent work, the evil grin on the apple totally got me.


sandwich-eater responds:

Haha nice alliteration. Don't tempt me to make a fruit filled follow-up.