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Turmoil Under The Tree

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Dec 20, 2006 | 6:19 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place December 22, 2006

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-UPDATE- Woah, Daily 3rd? That's just really, really great! =D Also, I'll start responding to reviews soon enough, but thankyou for them in advance.

Hey Newgrounds, and seasons greetings!

After months and months of having not submitted anything, I though I might aswell to something to show I'm not dead yet, and here it is! A nudge to the Christmas 2006 section would be appreciated :)

As soon as I found out about this competition I had to cram in as much as I could, and so I had about 2 weeks to complete this once I heard of it, and I hope it came out well.

I hope you all enjoy it and have a very merry Christmas!

- Galenlome

P.S. I know there are some (major) bugs that should be fixed, such as the missing frames, and the way the music overlaps at the end if you replay it too soon, but unfortunately my computer was running so slow I couldn't fix them, my apologies.

Also a note about the music. I didn't really intend to put music in, and was going to rely souly on sound effects, but I ran out of time and chose the best piece I found (again, sorry that it doesn't fit perfectly).

Aside from these glitches, I still hope you can enjoy it!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


THAT WAS GREAT! (I think...)
it was...surprising really.
Scary and cute and...
too many things...
great imagination.
cute animation.
merry christmas!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Dude that was probably one of the best Christmas Animations i have seen all week lol it was freekin awsome and the Randomness made the movie


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I dont getit

It was awsome.....but it was also kinda least it was great.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

well done

nice little animation , oh btw congrats for winning $500
well done


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great stuff

You've really got some talent. I think they're feeding you guys something at Manwoods these days, I wasn't that good when I was your age. I hope you learnt at least -something- from my animation workshops!

Seriously, great work. I can suggest a couple of things for you...

try 'easing' your movement a little bit more. Put more drawings towards the end of the movement to slow it down naturally. Don't forget your anticipation movements and maybe a little follow-through on things like hair and clothes.

Oh, if you ever get the chance to do some life drawing (complain to Mrs Bradberry) make sure you do, it'll really help your animation.


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