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How to Be Sociable!

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rated 3.70 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Original
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comedy
social
social-anxiety

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Uploaded
Feb 16, 2016 | 2:22 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 17, 2016

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Are you tired of being terribly unsociable? Do you fear talking to to other people? Do you suffer from CRIPPLING SOCIAL ANXIETY? Well this short easy tutorial will fix all your problems!

(*Warning, this may or may not help you in any way, shape or form.)

"Narrator" VOICE ACTOR - Alex Jenks (Give 'em some love)
http://voice.alexjenks.me/
https://www.facebook.com/alexjenksvoice/?fref=ts

Additional Voices - https://www.youtube.com/user/DodgerandIce

SPECIAL THANKS TO POTATO SALAD
I took the ending theme from it. :T
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vl_aWoPNpJM

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K3rb3r0sK3rb3r0s

Rated 4 / 5 stars

1:36 lol.


MexicanArmadillo responds:

My favorite part, lol. :D


Fluff-CopterFluff-Copter

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great work. Try to apply reaction to your movement and make sure your character's pelvis is leading the movement and never stays still while other body parts move around.


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MexicanArmadillo responds:

Thanks for the tips!


Hawkin442Hawkin442

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good animation (the asynchronous blinking was smooth enough to creep me out), quality audio, and chuckle worthy jokes earns a hard four from me.

The 'smile as much as possible at everyone all the time' coming off as creepy joke reminds me of working retail. "Always smile at the customer! Why aren't you smiling more! SMILE MORE. WIDER!" To the point where customers are walking into a store of 20 employees grinning like maniacs at them the whole time they shop.


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MysteryEzekudeMysteryEzekude

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I was drawn to this humorous animated short by the title alone. First time watching, I was impressed by how it represented the do's and don'ts of being sociable; especially the consequences of overdoing it (e.g. smiling too much, staring, etc.)

The animation may not be perfect but it clearly gets the message(s) across nonetheless with symbolic imagery, well-framed shots and well-timed humor.

All in all, I call this a well-written and well-paced animated short that effectively balances the do's and dont's of being sociable! Well done!


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MexicanArmadillo responds:

I'm really glad everything came across well! Thanks so much for the feedback, I'm glad to know I'm doing something right, seeing as this is my first "big" project that I wrote on my own. I'll keep practicing animation, so next time things can look better.


fedorabunnybluefedorabunnyblue

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i liked it :D. very funny, and informative


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