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Dean & Josh Talk to Girls

rated 2.93 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Nov 18, 2014 | 1:50 PM EST

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Author Comments

This is my second animation. I actually started this months ago but was delayed by quite a lot of things. Very happy to finally finish it.

In my mind it is a slight improvement from the first but let me know what you guys think.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very competent work, attractive characters and voices, decent, reality based plot :) There's a lot to be proud of here! The jokes were poilte an dwell served, though a few of the extended scenes without dialog, might've been stretched a bit too far - action can be inserted into scenes, even when it's a calm, reflective time... like eating a sandwich while walking/waiting (eg: Jayne from Firefly)

(lol, not a review) Though to make it on NG (just like anywhere), it takes a bit of schmoozing every time you log in, to be noticed and appreciated for what you do. Comment in the Forums, and in reviews of things you've seen/heard/played here, talk to other animators about their technique... NG is much cosier than YouTube, not about the numbers here, but the submissions, and the people behind them.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Backgrounds that is all...


Rated 3 / 5 stars

This is pretty good for your first animation but theres two things you could do too make your animation insanely better. I would work on how your characters face the audience. You always have a full frontal position for your characters and I would add more poses where they're 3/4s position or even profile. Like when two characters are on screen speaking to each other you should turn their bodies inward.

The second thing that I would work on is movement. Your characters tend to be pretty stiff and too contained. By the looks of it most/possibly all of your stuff is tweened when it moves. I would try hand drawing more major movements but you can keep tweening on minor movements. Like when the girl was drawing in the classroom that was a pretty good use of tweening since it was a really minor movement.

Overall I do like the animation and other than the things I mentioned here its great stuff! I hope to see more of your stuff around here :D

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's ok. The cartoon doesn't have enough happening visually to justify its slow pace. The characters are all flat-looking, so some shadow might help it substantially. The writing is fine; it's good to see some situational comedy on newgrounds.

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