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Feb 24, 2014 | 10:18 AM EST

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The fourth episode in the new series: Unknown Mysteries of Nature.

This time we learn about pandas!

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artistunknownartistunknown

Rated 2 / 5 stars March 11, 2014

The blurry image in the beginning was a bit of a turnoff, but when it zoomed out to the picture of the panda, it was all right. A pretty decent image, the panda and the grass are probably the best parts of it, though the rest could use some work, especially the bamboo, it looks messy and flat.

The voice was all right, I feel like if there was more to be explained the voice could have been funnier.

There really wasn't a lot to this, and it probably could have been better with more. It was just one image with some slight modifications, and barely any animation. Not everything needs stellar animation to be great, so again, if this were longer it would probably be a lot better. I did get a chuckle out of it.

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CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 10, 2014

lol, so unknown you could think it's almost... fictitious! :O The introductory image did feel unnecesarily pixelated, maybe you could've blurred it into focus somehow to avoid the focus on image quality, or lack thereof? Zoomed out it doesn't look half-bad though, and the description was... entertaining. Who'd have known Pandas were were about to get reach the airwaves!

Just a shame it ended so quickly though, I was expecting some elaborate seemingly relevant semi-scientific explanations on why everything was as it was, but it ended rather suddenly. Keep it going!

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ForNoReason responds:

Thanks mate. Yeah, I should have done something better with the opening, but I got kind of lazy with it which is my fault. The artist I used worked hard and I kind of made her work look like shite.... by bad. Thanks for the review!


DeckyDecky

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars March 6, 2014

O' okay, well I'll start with what I was confronted with once I had pressed the play button. A highly pixelated image of what I'm guessing is a bush with some calligraphy just placed on the top. You really can't get away with using such low quality images.

The panda itself was not a great illustration. Low res and with a stick of bamboo which I'm guessing was meant to be going from his hand into his mouth appears to be stuck to the back of his hand, more time should have gone into this, especially as the vast majority of the animation was a still image. Just a complete lack aesthetic.

Spend more time in the pre-production planning stage in the future and please, please, please, if you are thinking of making a simple, almost still image animation, make that image perfect. No more low res thanks, you're better then that.

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bamboo behind hand.


ForNoReason responds:

Thanks for the review!


HaggardHaggard

Rated 2 / 5 stars March 5, 2014

One low-res painting of a Panda Bear and a difficult to understand voice with a heavily exaggerated accent. I couldn't even make out half of the words, because it was also awfully quiet. Something about Pandas being radioactive and gassy? Well... I'm afraid we don't share the same taste in humour. :(

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ForNoReason responds:

Thanks for the review!


Oh-SamaOh-Sama

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 24, 2014

ForNoReason I voted five!


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ForNoReason responds:

tanks