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How to Care for Your Toon

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Comedy - Original

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Dec 11, 2012 | 6:22 PM EST

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Alright! Daily Third! Thank you very much!


Round 2 entry for Albino Black Sheep's Tournament of Flash Artists 2012, where animators have three weeks to animate a cartoon around a theme.

Round theme: "A 'How to' instructional video."
Challenge: Include a location (New Delhi).
Opponents this Round: Jae and ThePivotsXXD.

Anyone who knows me well enough knows that I love cartoons. When the Round 2 theme got released, this is the first idea that came to mind. I've always liked those Goofy "How to" shorts, and I wanted to sort of get that feel with this entry.

Now in a spiffy video format! No more sound issues, I hope.

Anyways, enjoy!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The animation was splendid and the timing was fantastic. if i had to nit pic the only thing that threw me off was the narrator. He's not bad just a little under whelming. i would have liked a little more exaggeration in his voice but other than that it might as well have been professional.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I liked it a lot. It was a little dry in a few areas, I think some of the lessons could have been beefed up or cut out. Some of the moments were laugh out loud hilarious though. I think the judges voice sounded more like a normal women then a stereotypical judge which is what I would have went for. Maybe with like a Judge Judy accent, I dunno, just an idea.
Either way, really great job, I really liked the animation, and the voice actors, especially the narrator.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

The animation technique itself was really good - definitely impressive, so was the sound/music.

I, however, am not a fan of the voice actor.. I understand the idea that you were going for (those 1950 informational videos they'd show in classrooms) but it got a bit dry after a while.

Also, I think this was meant to be funny but the demographic that this kind of humor would appeal to.. I'm not sure of.

Overall it was long, drawn out, not particularly funny, and a tad on the boring side.

AtroxChobatsu responds:


Well, I guess in response to the demographic bit; I made it for myself.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was sweet... in a odd twisted way. awesome.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Soooooo Cool Not Thebest One I View But Great Job! What The Song When The Kid And The Dog Are Walking In The Street Seconds Before The Woman With The Sensures (the dog looks like that one of catdog)

AtroxChobatsu responds:

That'd be "The Scheming Weasel (Slower Version)" by Kevin MacLeod, of