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Dec 2, 2013 | 8:53 PM EST

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I'm fully aware this isn't a children's site, but this is my first foray into making material directed at that audience. I just want to get a feel from an audience on what you think of it.

I'm trying for a vintage Sesame Street animation feel (early 70's - mid 80's) that didn't pander or talk down to their audience. I think kids are sharper than we give them credit and even if they don't get the humor, they'll take other things away from the material.

In the coming weeks I'll be doing cartoons that help teach colors, shapes and punctuation. This series focuses on "letters and numbers."

Hope you enjoy, even if you're not the target audience.

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jumbijumbijumbijumbi

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 3, 2013

I would consider having children, just so I could show them this. Lovely work.



psychollama123psychollama123

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 2, 2013

Loved this loads man. The animation and drawing style is so awesome. I think kids would love this stuff :) awesome work! Good voice work as well, maybe the laugh track could be better it's kinda annoying.


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GreediousGreedious

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 2, 2013

i like it, for a first attempt at that particular genra i would like to think your doing pretty good! altho this day and age you are competing with peppa pig :P be on guard. i also like the fact that your actually trying to educate, which most children's tv these days completely forgets. if im back home anytime soon i can get my nieces to have a watch and quote there reaction for you :) keep up the good work!


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happyfatties responds:

Thanks for the feedback! It's tough to touch on so many bases when trying to educate in such a short amount of time, but I think you'll see a good execution in future ideas.

As for competition: I'm not worried. Like with my more "adult" cartoons, this is just something I wanted to see if I can do and if anyone likes it, then wonderful. With that said (or typed): Bring on that pig!