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MT EP 1 : Wark v WW2Dude

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Uploaded
Apr 11, 2007 | 5:08 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This was a test of my ability to animate and draw and...everything, I guess. :P This is only practice for future endeavors.

This movie wasn't originally designed to be BE a movie. It was a flash file that held a humongous library of my ever-growing amount of animation parts and props (aka symbols, as all you Flash amateurs and professionals know). While making certain symbols for later use, I was struck by the thought of WW2Dude at Mangatutorials.com telling me to make a cartoon with him sniping people. Well, it didn't really turn out that way. Maybe I'll do that sometime soon in the future. ^_~

I did ALL voices. I was even testing my voiceacting. You'll notice a hint of different tones, moods, and even accents. :P

:UPDATE - 6.17.08: There probably won' t be an MT movie anytime soon, I don't go to the MT forums anymore. Sorry guys. :P

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pollespolles

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

yeah that was a practice!!!

I'll list the problems:

the people's mouthes were everywhere(highly preventable problem)

too short

the gun looked like it was pointing at nothing (sorry if that was supposed to be like that)


Wark-Ento responds:

It's short because I did it in a day. You're right, I should've made it longer.

The mouths are NOT everywhere; they stretch off the characters' mouths while speaking. I do this on purpose because it is a style I like to use.