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The frog and the two men

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2 guys walking down the road. And an awful frog stands in their way.

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(( Abit slow ))

Abit slow on the animation but it was funny,i like the detail you gave to the characters with some of the shades and you had a neat frog aswell hehe, a decent animation just smooth out the animation abit.

Smoother and faster animation.

Decent animation and abit funny nice work on this one.


exactly what i would have done!

The animation was good i liked it. Thats the same thing iwould have done too.Well i liked it you have talent but drawing could be better i look forward to your next flash submission.

Lumberjackdave responds:

Hehe thanks :) Yeah i kinda rushed it at the ending.

Thanks again

Pretty good! Nice ending!

The art and animation in this flash was really good. The characters could of been drawn better and you could of actually made the characters walk. You probably would of gotten a higher score by doing that. This flash is pretty funny at the end, the frog came back to life. You got talent in making flashes. This flash was good and I enjoyed watching it. Good Work! Responses are Gladly Appreciated :)


Lumberjackdave responds:

Thanks Seamonky ;d ,, yeah but i rushed it at the ending :],,
well im glad most of you liked this flash.

Rofl I loved this

This flash was awesome I laughed my butt off the whole time especially when the frog gets smushed. Good job :D

Lumberjackdave responds:

Haha im glad you like it :)

the music works on my nervs

serious or not. i think this is a good flash. maybe a better story or something but i want this flash to stay in the portal for a while

Lumberjackdave responds:

Thanks m8 :)

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3.06 / 5.00

May 10, 2006
2:52 PM EDT