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Dr. Shroud in: La Maudite

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This episode marks the first in a three-part series of Dr. Shroud in: "La Maudite: The Damned". It is the most animated of Dr. Shroud episodes yet and features Doc taking on some pretty strange stuff. If you liked "Alley of the Dolls", then you're in for a nice ride. At DrShroud.com, you can vote what happens next!!


Great job on the art.

The art is good, while the sound is a little choppy. Personally, I like the way you did the animation. good work.

robfeldman responds:

Thanks---as for the sound, it may be due to heavy traffic.


It is well drawn but.... it pretty much ends here... It seems that weird-dude used a lightning casting vacuum cleaner? The ambience was ... ugh. Sorry if i offended...

robfeldman responds:

No, it was a Vamporizer. Yes, it is SUPPOSED to sound like a vaccuum---it's a joke!!

You've got the artwork talent...

Now just work on making you animation more fluid and lifelike and your future productions will kick some major ass.

Work on getting some better sound samples and better mixing ability too. Good character voices.



robfeldman responds:

Thanks. I think the issue with the sound might be a server issue. Try it again later and see if it changes.

As for the more fluid animation, I am trying to make it better but it slows down the production. Besides, these things are supposed to be like the Marvel cartoons of old....

Thanks for the comments....

Shit that was amazing.

That movie was so good, i cannot wait till the next one. it was so dark and errie. the atomosphere of it was perfect and the music went so well. Keep up the exceptional work


Kinda reminds me of the hellboy flash.

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3.82 / 5.00

Oct 20, 2003
3:24 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 21, 2003