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Nov 15, 2012 | 3:16 PM EST
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For better sound quality, visit my youtube, flash doesn't export audio as well.

While waiting on some assets for swingers and other projects I just did a practice drill. Faffing with the mic, learning to draw Calamity (Chalchiutlique, the lizard) Wrip (the rabbit) as they are a bit important for No Evil eventually. I know in future I'm gonna have to be able to do some stuff with voice recording I haven't done before, and I want that to be really good, SO I experimented with something easier, to get the kinks out.

Also It's snowing.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

the moment when the rabbit child lookd on the bottels

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love your work and the basklisk hair or rather frill which is normally found on the frilled neck lizard or frilled dragon was an impressive idea. The audio was clean but your using a dynamic mic I think a condenser mic might would have been better ribbon mic work for old show tunes like that but the fed on make it feel less real.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I think the lizard's hair doesn't look real (in the context of the work). The animation is well done and all sounds were correctly synced.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Saw a few of these videos by Warlord, and was going to add him as a favorite if this was good. Congratz on having a new follower, Warlord of Noodles.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

At first, it sounds a bit out of rythm and order, like a downpour - cool and hard to look trough, disturbing your ears and causing furry ones to twitch. Then, it starts to become more, as if you are starting to see trough haze; it becomes clear and you notice a hidden order and listen more closely - it becomes a soothing, calming music falling on your ears like snow and feeling like flow of nature - unchanged and just like it was since forgotten times, how it should be. Then, foxy lady sings and you see a whole different scenery, sweet and jazzy, tingling in a soft, pleasant manner, like good wine. Refined, classy and relaxing, makes you want to go back in time and enjoy some good company in the afternoon, in a warm, cozy caffe, simply enchanting. Next, Wrip starts on her bottles - jolly and refreshing addition, like spring rain falling trough fresh, young tree leaves.
And suddenly, you find yourself in a middle of a whole new, varied but all the same simple world, unspoken, as it can only be felt, as you listen to this union of voices, styles, tones and characters.

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