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Star Seraphs

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rated 2.32 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody
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yugioh
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Uploaded
May 18, 2015 | 6:01 AM EDT

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min3ralWatermin3ralWater

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It didn't make any sense at all. I know it might have been the point of it but there was really nothing funny about it either :/ sorry if I'm being rude. Animation was good though.


neitoproductions responds:

I do excuse myself since I know this doesn't appeal everybody, it has some reference about Yu-Gi-Oh current gameplay which most people might not understand.


mrbisketmrbisket

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

fits with the humor and culture of newgrounds i give this 3 and a half stars and think it should pass.



MightydeinMightydein

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I like how you used your own drawing style as a calling card for other possible animations.

I only seen this one cartoon produced by you; However, your chair and thing were drawn in distinct ways.

The short cartoon was pretty stupid in my honest opinion.

But it should have ended before the video attempted to beg for youtube subs.

I don't enjoy youtube videoes including speeches about needing me to subcribe.

I usually feel alienated as an audience member by the author including a long speech about needing me to subcribe.

You could have made an entirely separate video to talk about youtube subs.

The speech at the end felt way out of place.

I seen other youtube videoes show previews of past animations.

Showing previews of past animation at the end will significantly increase subs without alienation of the audience.

Posting your youtube cartoons at newgrounds will increase your fan base.

You selected a great site for getting exposure to your work.

Next time make the section for audience subscription a lot more brief and entertaining.

Simple previews of past cartoons is the most effective way.

The actual cartoon itself had a great drawing style.

The characters had expressive faces.

I like a lot of coloring; However, experimentation with different colored outlines would create different looks.

The shading really makes the coloring look better.

The shadows and light can use a bit more direction by working from clear light sources.

Some of the shadows had no clear light sources.

The backgrounds would also have lights and shadows to blend with the characters.

Shadows are generally difficult because sometimes more thevone light source exists in certain backgrounds.

It takes practice to learn how differences in light will effect the look of your subjects.

Using plenty of shadows does make for a more polished looking cartoon; However, you may need to use less shadows to give more clear direction to shadows.

You can than add more shadows with increasing improvement from past experience.

Don't worry about producing longer movies too much.

It's generally better to create a short awesome movies instead of a lengthy average submission.

Short movies can work most effectively for quick gags.

That short movie was alright.

I just didn't like the long speech encouraging me to subcribe at the end.

Use short previews of past movies instead.

- Mightydein


neitoproductions responds:

Am really sorry that the video may not have made much sense, it was a parody to the Yu-Gi-Oh current metagame, and I do apologize about the last message the only reason why it was there was due to Youtube standards where longer means better, so that's why I added the message with the animation, I just forgot to take it out for Newgrounds, but I do appreciate a lot all of the guidance you gave me with your comment.