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Oct 20, 2012 | 5:13 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place October 22, 2012

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A short animation about Paul Shorts, an hyperactive little boy who tries too hard to help out and usually makes things worse. A nice stranger, Jim, tries to ask Paul for directions to the bank, but everything goes downhill from there.

This is something that I've been working on for far too long. It kept getting delayed for months at a time due to other projects and work, but I've FINALLY finished it. I'm just glad its finally out of the way lol.

Anyways it about 6 minutes long, (it used to be much longer ugh.... But yea its my first go at this sort of thing with anything longer than a minute with voices and sounds.

Critiques and comments are appreciated, I would love to do more of this weird stuff. I know a bunch of you probably wont like this, but to those who do like this, thanks a bunch for liking my weird animation XD



Rated 5 / 5 stars

lmao that was completely unexpected but awesome xD if I only I could pull the Wanted stunt when I was a kid :p

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Random humor, it was very good! Good laughs from that! A little odd at first but got better as it went on.

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UncouthProductions responds:

Thanks! Happy you got a few laughs XD


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The reason i give this 3.5 is because I can't tell what is going on. It isn't very well animated, Including the lip-synicng. I'm not trying to say "BLAM THIS PIECE OF CRAP!" Because I did find this flash enjoyable.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was both greatly animated and insane!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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UncouthProductions responds:

Thank you very much :D I'm glad you enjoy my insanity XD


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It really felt like it was just dragging on. Also, I lost bit more interest every single time the audio clipped. That and the sound quality all around was quite bad. Some of the animation could really use more work too. There were too many motion tweens without any easing and very often there were too little frames for there to be a realistic movement.