Oswald Finds A Home

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It's an AngerFinger animation. If you missed the other one, "Timmy's On Fire", due to Clock Day shenanigans, check it out in the "Other submissions by Kenn".

This one's got a big warm heart and a message about poo.


Good Work

This was really well done, it is entertaining and is just "off da chain"
keep up the good work

very good animation

hell that was funny "my house is full poo" XD
Your graphics ruled and style was very good and humour gets10
But one think was baddly, lenght...That was too short.
You get 10/10 for making my day lol

kennsj responds:

Thanks for the generous feedback!

You're spot on with it being a little short. This version was put together for a competition where it had to be under one minute. I'll be posting the full length version of this in a couple of weeks' time.


Good Points
1. Charecter Models were top notch
2. Diolouge was funny
3.Funny concept.
4. I like how the crab was always smiling (Reminded me of MR. Happy face.
5. Loved how the guy just let the crab walk all over him.

Bad Points
1. Animation of the charecters was not very good.
2. Seemed a little cutoff at the end
3. Crab looked funny when turning.
4. Gouging his eye out seemed kind of slapped on.

Verdict= Going to make it, have an average score, and fine a happy little home on NG (Just don't invade my house)

Interesting idea, no substance

Animation isn't that great-but not horrible, perspective was weird in some spots, guy DID walk funny. Not really funny either...was it supposed to be?

kennsj responds:

Well, there is no accounting for taste, but all this talk about the way the character walks...

It's supposed to be weird!

For crying out loud. You'd think no-one had ever seen The Ren & Stimpy Show or something.

cool short

Last line of dialogue was great. Didn't like the way the human character walked. Good work though, I voted well! Unexpected, not predictable.

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3.29 / 5.00

Dec 6, 2006
11:50 PM EST
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