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An old man named Joe drinks a potion and becomes young again. I hope you enjoy it, hundreds of hours of time and effort were put into it.
Watched it all the way but I was expecting more the old man to still act like an old man even as a kid. Recalling stuff that happened in his life and confusing people. I once watched this one cartoon about the Legend of Zelda where Link wakes up 7 years later but is still acting like a kid.
this is good advice. thanks for the review!
I would just like to say thank you very much for letting me work on this project. The animation was your best yet, had completely full animation in every scene, unlike Kingdom Farts, although that was good too along with Adrellia Village #39, in which I also worked on, only that time it was shorter and I was co-authored, but I have no problem not being co-authored here.
First off, the voices are awesome, especially Foster Dad's. It was hilarious, unlike my animations, which are totally unfunny to be honest. Some might be decently funny though. I definitely learned some animation from this project too, some techniques from this project I used in one of my upcoming projects that will come sometime in Early February to Early March. Jokes include fruit being the Clock Crew, and etc.
I also started to do a whole lot less tweens ever since I worked on this project (projects like Bagel Virus had some animation inspired from this project, other projects may have mostly tweening though, like Webdings for example). Apparently inbetweening is a whole lot more fun than tweening, unless it was camera movements or something.
Here's a few tips though. Maybe for some of your walk cycles like Foster Dad walking into Joe's room during the One Direction scene could've had arm movement. Same to when the principal let's Foster Dad and Joe talk to each other. But Joe's walk cycle was awesome. Too bad December 22nd to the 24th work was lost during that time, but you either made it up or will make it up I suppose.
In addition, wasn't Old Joe from The Bird, or was Old Joe similar to the old man in The Bird. Nice Good Day Sunshine credits as well. I didn't like what Young Joe said after he said he was Tom Hanks. I thought that was unnecessary and too rude. Production music was also nice. I can tell that some parts were rushed though, like the second time Young went to Old, then Young, then Old, then Young, and almost all the Foster Mom parts. Also, there was nothing on the chalkboard. Did you make that intentional or accidentally? Nice classmate voice too.
Hopefully you liked this review, and please respond to this, as this is a very long one. Thank you very much, and have a good day!
thanks for the review. yes, there were similarities to the old man in The Bird, to answer your question. the chalkboard thing was intentional. in the beginning she writes something but after that her hand slowly glides even though she's not writing anything.
My favorite character is now, and most likely will always be , the foster father. His drawn style, his attitude, his voice acting. Perfect. I love how your transitions are between certain scenes like when he woke up and punched the chicken. That perfect, scene intentionally cut short thing makes me laugh every time. Good work on the animation and voice acting by the way!
Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it , Love it !
I love the story , the voices ( Foster Moms voice was a lil' off ) , the animation style and the subtle humor. Can't wait for part 2 !
Just one question ; Where are the foster dads eye balls !
man that was pretty good! upload more please!
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