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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!!


How do you all do this

How can any1 make such a great cartoon without a flow.

You have to tell me what program you used to make this movie PLZ

" Doctor's Orders ! "

As just becomming a new member, I was drawn(no pun intented)to the Dr. Shroud icon.After several watches , I am completly amazed of how professional this clip was.( I was under the impression that this was a "underground" artist page.)Animation in the Flash medium I hear is very hard to manage, but it is clear that this guy has seemed to nail it!

I enjoyed the "sense of humour and imagination" style that all of the great old classic "horror" flicks have.

Very colourful!
Great moving musical score!
Touching storyline !

Looking forward to the next issue.

robfeldman responds:

Wow---thank you., Be sure to visit DrShroud.com for more.

Appreciate the nice words!!



Anyway, nice job you did there; took a great deal of work to make this flash and I appreciate the better artists on NG. We have so few so MORE MORE MORE!
To the last person: the word is too as in "too much or too little" NOT to as in "to all my good friends" Geesh get it right!) Lots of words with many periods does not a critism make!

So far so good.
The hero is funny,the atmosphere was creepy!
My complian is that the voices were TOO low.
Now he should head back to his room just to find the hostal manager hitting his daughter,but when he shots the "image" would disappear........

nicley done

You have amzing graphics and crisp sounds, on top of that you have very smooth animations. Nice job man keep up the good work!

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3.82 / 5.00

Oct 20, 2003
3:24 PM EDT
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