B/W Cartoon About Berries

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It's paperflash #2 and a return to the darker side of things with BERRIES. It goes before ROOF TILING but they can be watched in any order really. Music by Chris Gladwin.


Truly wicked.

I believe this is probably my favorite one that I've seen you put out. So well done, in fact; that I wish I could watch it all the time, and not just on the internet. The voice-acting on this flash was far superior to what I'm used to hearing. It matched all three characters so well. I just want to say that I loved this "roof tilting" toon about berries, and as always-great work, terrific job, and keep it up!

roof tiling was better ye who reviewed before me

you are one sick motherfucker, and i have loved everything youve made except that panthia...whatever bear. everything else ive loved, hell i even bought salad fingers shirts, 3 of them and im getting some BFM.... seeee i do love you david, i do, please wont you stop having me put away for following you hahaha!!! i LOVE you..ahahahahaha youre AMAZING! WE ARE MEANT FOR EACH OTHER!!!!!!!! WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE im going to bed now.

Better than Roof Tiling

This one was more of a serious an more eerie look into his life which I thought was better. Lots of creepy stuff in this one. I liked how this one had the guy in it that you could see blinking during the transitions in Roof Tiling. The crow was an odd touch and very great. Writing-wise, one of your best. I was sad, though, that not all of it was done in paper. I didn't expect the small things to, like mouths and blood, but I at least expected all the people and their heads to be. Oh well. Still a great flash.

Wow excellent b+w flash.

You always come up with the greatest show to make so much, it's so entertaining, I like it alot man. Awesome stuff.


I absouloutely loved that, but what the hell is interactity?!!??!

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4.31 / 5.00

Jul 13, 2005
10:56 PM EDT
Comedy - Original
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