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This is part two of a collaboration I did with Soul Coughing's Mark de Gli Antoni with music from his solo album Horsetricks. If you would like to see more cartoons, please check out my website at www.hatrobot.com
good art but the music was a bit off..... but the movie was still one of the best ones i have seen
i gave it a 5
P.S. how did the chicken walk and keep its head out of the coat at the same time... lol (KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK)
And so part 2 concludes this musical journey...
And I finish reviewing all 5 of your currently available (on NG) flashes.
The cast of characters has suddenly expanded to a larger scale than in Jigaboo... instead of a chicken and a butcher, we have many many humans populating Chundo. Your titling, BTW, was quite interesting for both of these. I'd be curious to discover more about it.
Anyway, the actual action was fun. The ol' not-yet-dead-and-cooked chicken in the serving tray bit... it felt like a bit of Monty Python goodness. The wacko who gets pissed off that a piece of chewed meat hits him in the eye was over the top, but that's how fun can happen! The nerdy guy at the table with the woman reminded me of someone... I think a snivelling character from Nero Wolfe. Very interesting. And the chicken manages to sneak away... YET AGAIN. Smartest chicken since the chicken from that webcomic Goats. :::nods:::
The music wasn't QUITE as in tune with the visuals this time around, but it was still a good accompaniment. Great job and congrats on your daily 3rd and 4th awards for this two-parter!
that fat lady was great, she was just sittin there drooling
A Good Ending
This was a good ending to Jigaboo. It was well done and very amusing. I felt that it could have been somewhat more humorous, yet over all it was very well done.
it would of been better if
there was some humor in
there. the visuals were
great and i liked the character
designs, especially the fat lady
in part two; however, the sense
of humor isnt that creative of
entertaining. just watching a
guy with a butcher knife chasing
a chicken, that might sound funny
to some viewers, but ive seen this
type of humor before and it isnt that
fresh or new to me. you would only
find this entertaining if your into the
old cartoons like tom and jerry, but
otherwise, dont expect a good laugh
out of this one.
Fernando accepts a difficult mission from a suspicious guy who buys him some yoghurt.
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