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The adventure of a little man continues as he finds himself in a stomach of the bird that ate him. Music by Eric Skiff (http://ericskiff.com/)
Check out the first part here: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/630558
An improvement over the first one, and by itself, it has enough content to be a good standalone submission.
The animation was improved, there was a lot more movement, and although things seemed a bit slow, it was very fitting to the 8-bit style. Everything was fun to look at, there was great pacing, and the story seems to be unfolding, slowly. Music is fitting as well.
I think at this point these just need to be longer with more going on.
There is improvement and I hope more comes. Good luck with your future submissions.
[Review Request Club]
Thanks for the review! :)
A much more amusing short then the first and it feels more drawn out and well written too, the duck pooping scene is especially funny/horrific. The duckling eating the ass worm also a nice little gross touch. Maybe I'm reading too much dark into this but I kinda hope not.
It has to be said that I'm drawn to wanting to see more in this series so that shows good writing, especially when you don't use any dialog.
I'd maybe consider working more on your backgrounds. I feel that more time could be going into them but with 8-bit it can be hard. The only real advice I can give, the rest was good.
Keep it up and I hope to see more of this series soon.
- Review Request Club -
Thank you for the review, I appreciate it!
that was awesome. Eric's music is the shiat!
Thanks! And yeah, it sure is!
An infernal battle between gold and acid.
Are you feeling it now, Mr. Krabs?
Too much coffee for Pencilmate...!
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