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Mar 13, 2017 | 10:50 PM EDT

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A young girl overcomes her fear of hamburgers.

Accepted into the KLIK Animation Festival and the Epic ACG Festival and was a semi-finalist in the Highway 61 Film Festival.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

What the holy fuck was that?

Is this like some kinda trppy origin story of the Wendy's girl or something?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now it's 2AM right now. I should be studying, but I need to say something about this. The audio, the unique animation style, everything. This flash feels so fresh, so unique, I fucking love it. It feels like it's trying to be gross at times, but it just comes off surreal on another level. I love this video and would love to see more like it.

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StephenHutchins responds:

I'm so glad you liked it! Check out my new one if you haven't seen it, the aesthetic is a little different but it's still kind of in the same vein.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I thought this was really interesting.You've definitely created a mood with this animation. You can visually feel the pain of the main girl through your use of rapidly changing shape and color. And the music adds another ominous layer. Really cool

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I get a kick out of it myself, especially since I have vegetarian friends and we tease each other back and forth about my love of meat. I actually enjoyed the animation style and the lack of pushiness some movies may have. I will be looking forward to more from you. :)

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StephenHutchins responds:

Thanks man glad you liked it. I just released a new cartoon if you haven't seen it yet.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's hard to criticise this, you are working with your limitations and i think that's great.

I felt unconformable when I was supposed to feel unconformable without feeling groused out. It was easy to understand and didn't dive to deep. when making psychological films they can sometimes feel pretentious but I didn't feel that at all.

the only think i can think of is when she lets out her dad from the jail cell. it would have been nice to se the girl open the door and him leaving the cell, but other than that I think this was great.

I'm guessing your inspired by don't hug me I'm scared.

StephenHutchins responds:

Leme guess, you think it's about vegetarianism lol.

And yeah don't hug me I'm scared is the shit