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Feb 28, 2013 | 7:49 PM EST

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EDIT2: Also Front Page. It doesn't get any better.

EDIT: Woah Daily 2? Thanks for the votes everyone! I wasn't even if sure if anyone was going to like this one.

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Here's a cartoon that I started waaaay back in October for round 2 of a competition called Nooni Media Animation Extravaganza. The theme for the round was "Sweet and Sour". Contestants had about a month to complete their entry, but I didn't at all. By the end of the round I had about 5 seconds of actual polished animation and a whole bunch of seconds of ugly looking animatic. Fortunately though, I made it to the next round and ultimately came in 2nd for the entire competition. Pretty neat!

Anyway I decided to go back and finish this one up because I liked it. I hope you do too.

So, ya know, vote, leave a review and I'll respond, rate comment subscribe, share on Myspace, all that stuff.




Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

very good need a lil work bro

Brewster responds:

i agree


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love the most unlikely of chain reactions of mayhem. And the photo comparison at the end sealed the deal. Very nice.

Brewster responds:

haha thanks!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

HAha funny. Just like the 50s

Brewster responds:

Just like them!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

The butterfly effect, except with a camera instead of a butterfly. I like these chain reaction things

Brewster responds:

thanks man


Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was pretty awesome, catchy music, and good sound and well done animated.
but one flaw i have seen is some frames bugged a bit, i mean, i'm not sure if you used Vcam but somehow the frame sized a little small and i could see white outside the frame, and then back to normal, next part again the same. maybe its the browser firefox i use, or it should get fixed. but the animation is well done. good job.

Brewster responds:

First of all thanks.

Second, could you PM me and tell me which parts show outside the frame? I did use a vcam for certain parts, but it looked fine for me, and no one else has brought this up before. Thanks