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Oct 31, 2012 | 6:18 AM EDT
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Author Comments

...shenanigans occur.

A Slender parody made for Newgrounds Halloween 2012 Spooktacular.

Written, Voiced and Animated by: Andrew Elliott (MohawkADE)

Music by: MohawkADE & Daevith

Special Thanks to:
Newgrounds.com
Freesound.org
Daevith

This can also be viewed on YouTube as well.

Update: Thanks for the support and for the frontpage posting! Pretty overwhelmed with the feedback I've been getting from this project. Thank you everybody!

Reviews


IhatebotsIhatebots

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 8, 2012

too bad slender. Norris wins



Bahamuti27Bahamuti27

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 8, 2012

Very funny and good work^^



JoshuadracheJoshuadrache

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 8, 2012

9/8 pages found. now he saw slender at the first time XD slender was scared. wisly choice :D



hamza62240hamza62240

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 8, 2012

Is this scary?



Angel-JXJAngel-JXJ

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars November 8, 2012

The concept was beautiful. The IDEA of this flash was beautiful. But alas, I don't feel it lived up to what it could have been, partly due to the noticably bad animations/tweening, and another part of it is because of the somewhat lackluster "Slender growing a face and getting a high voice" schtick. I like the concept, maybe you should remake this or make a sequel in the future when you gain some more experience. Keep on improving and work hard, you've got in in you.


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mohawkade responds:

A balanced and fair review you've given. True I could've given this some more detail, and there was a lot more content originally planned for this flash, but the only possible way I would've included that before making the Halloween deadline was if I was unemployed and not in school.

And don't take this too harshly, but I find it difficult to take technical advice on an animation from someone who doesn't animate themselves. But to be fair, other animators have commented on my use of tweening in my previous works.

But thank you for explaining what you disliked about this, rather than just saying "this is stupid, u suck. lol"