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Feb 7, 2013 | 6:15 PM EST
  • Daily 5th Place February 9, 2013

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My Flash animated competition entry for 'Animate Chapman' which was unfortunately never submitted due to exporting issues at the time. Now, thanks to a full day of troubleshooting and Newgrounds' recent SWF to video converter Swivel, it's finally online!

Frontpaged February 8 - 11, 2013
Absolutely flabbergasted! Thanks very much, Newgrounds. You are my friend.

MUSHONASTICK.COM

Reviews


ShadowMarkShadowMark

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

How do you know who is saying what?

Also might I ask where this source audio file is from?


mushonastick responds:

The original audio is of Graham Chapman reading from his 'Liar's Autobiography', so each bit of speech was often preceded or succeeded by the name of the Python speaking - I just edited those extraneous bits out. The clip itself was provided by animatechapman.com as part of the competition.


zombiechimp77zombiechimp77

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

Awesome. Animation, voices, everything. Especially the music. I LOVE Monty Python's Flying Circus and this short surely does it justice.


mushonastick responds:

Cheers very much, glad you liked it! The music was carefully selected from Kevin MacLeod's royalty free music selection at incompetech.com. Tons of people use his stuff, and he's a fantastic composer with an enormous resource of free-to-use music.


Sirrom396Sirrom396

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

I absolutely love the way you animate



YuriG97YuriG97

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 10, 2013

Amazing, would've won that competition.



AlexanderPanagos777AlexanderPanagos777

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 9, 2013

I enjoyed it! Did you know that the remaining "Pythons" are working on a new movie?


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mushonastick responds:

Yeah, I got intrigued when Twitter exploded with talk that they were reuniting for an actual Python film, but it turned out it was Cleese, Palin, Jones and Gilliam getting together for something different, albeit very Pythonesque sounding. Still, anything that gets 'em together is good in my books.