Love the series but...
For GOD'S SAKE change the voice actor for Throwback or atleast get him better audio equipment. His stupid pauses after every two words are irritating to no end!
Throwback is a fucking great series and it has just started! Keep making them and keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!
This is an amazing series, I loved Ep 0.
but again, the only complaint I have is Throwback's voice actor, it just doesn't work for me, it makes the main character of your series almost impossible to listen to when he speaks in broken sentences and the like.
seriously, a thing like this makes or breaks a series because after a while the audience is going to stop trying to understand.
As others have said, this is a series with great potential. I'd recommend better voice actors, however, or at least subtitles, as the dialogue is sometimes hard to understand. The story advancement is a bit on the slow side, but not so slow that one loses interest.
So.. much... potential.
You've probably heard it before, so I'm going to help drill the points home.
Gorgeous graphics and animation. Right up there with the best web 'toons around. You've got some creative animation shortcuts that really impressed me, not only can you keep things "fresh" by changing the "camera" angle, but you can save yourself having to animate a character's feet for several seconds. Tricky, clever, I love it.
Excellent use of music. Too many people neglect the audio portion of their animations. Background music (when properly chosen) can make or break a scene.
TERRIBLE voice acting and recordings. Learn what a compressor is and how it can help your vocal sound. No, it has nothing to do with audio bit rate, it compresses audio's dynamic range (if that means nothing to you, don't worry, you can still learn to use compressors effectively). Compressors can make your voices sound much less thin and can definitely help them cut through any background music/FX much clearer.
Voice acting: get inside your characters or get a new voice actor.
Not ripping on you, buddy. Again, you ooze potential and these are just some friendly, constructive tips to help you better your craft. Keep it up.