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The Yearbook (Part II)

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Mar 26, 2004 | 7:03 PM EST
  • Daily Feature March 27, 2004

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Note: Watch Part I before viewing this one, or it won't make any sense!

>>>Please Read<<<: Here are a few answers to the questions & comments that are being asked in reviews:

1. It's split into 2 parts due to Flash's frame limit (you're allowed a maximum of 16 000 frames per flash movie, and since it runs at 36 fps we used those 16 000 up pretty quickly).

2. The plot isn't supposed to make sense. We had to make this cartoon in about 1 1/2 weeks, so we whipped something up quick. The information regarding the book was more important than the plot.

3. Please keep in mind that we had a very short timeframe to make this (less than 2 weeks). We have lives, too, and didn't feel like pouring every minute of every day into this cartoon (in other words, it isn't perfect).

Thanks to all those who praised the 'toon, the positive feedback is much appreciated!

Original Description: This is class project that we put together in about a week's time. It was played in front of an audience of about 1000 students, and they liked it, so we figured we'd throw it on here to see what you guys think.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


Now it all becomes clear that this was a promotional piece for the Yearbook at your school. It looked like a hell of a cool yearbook, and I hope lots of epopel snapped one up bewcause that is a really cool way of presenting it. Still, this was mainly a promotional ad for the yearbook of your school, unlike the first which was pretty much just a nice parody of spy movies and pretty funny. This had a whole lot more information relating to the yearbook in it, which wasn't as exciting for anyone who doesn't care about it...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Beautiful Yearbook Ad. I wish that I could buy one just for seeing that cartoon. Yeah, if only my old High School was that creative in their marketing, but meh, what do you expect from the California School system. Good Job man, keep it up. I look foward to seeing your future submissions.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool Spy

I like that kid, but I wasn't hoping to be that kid, lol


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


That was pretty cool indeed nice twisted ending that was great and I especialy loved the Kill Bill sound perfectly added :)
Well I hope to see more cool stuff like that coming from you 2


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Was there really a gun, or was that a dream, and why was the year book needed?