that was pretty good. Skullhead is still one of the best characters on here in my eyes.... he never ever gives up on trying to kill that fly. this one here was a bit different from the other ones with a new home for himself... quite fun to watch and i definitely didn't see the result coming at all.. that was quite nice to see.
good job on this one, Skullhead rocks.
I thought it was pretty funny, especially the spider.
Good laugh and a unique show
Very unique and original flash movie you got there!
The animation was a little choppy at times, but that seems more like your style and smoothening it out might detract from the cartoon a bit (try using eases in your tween sometime, it does wonders!)
I loved the humor, I was expecting some superviolent cartoon but I could show this to my 10 yr old sister without worrying at all, not to mention it was a good light-hearted laugh
Thanx for the watch
Actually your 10 year old sister is more my target audience, let her watch it andlet me know what she thinks :D
Hmm, not bad I suppose.
I dunno. The work that went into this was obviously alot, the the graphics were good. There was no dialog, your going for the silent flick I presume. The humour was okay, it didn't really make me laugh, but I have a dry sense of humour. It wasn't a bad attempt.
Very fun little short with a lot of potential
Great graphics and animation, and it seemed very professional and well thought out. I also liked that you weren't afraid to be a bit random here and there, like with the spider fishing, surfing, speedboating (where does he GET all those wonderful toys?).
However, like others, my gripe really is with the sound. The skull is a great character, and the whole thing has a very Tom and Jerry feel, but its missing 1 of 2 things. If you want to go the no-dialogue route that's fine, but my suggestion would be to supplement that with more sound effects. His growl was great, but if you remember in the old Tom and Jerrys where everything they did had a sound attributed to it. Tom peering around a corner had that high pitched violin sound, each foot step was effected not just by them walking, but HOW they were walking. You had some of this in there, but not enough I thought.
The other side of the coin is give the Skull some dialogue and a voice. I can see a lot of potential for some very funny dialogue coming out of him...and while I'm offering suggestions, what if you were to up the scale a bit? What if it was a whole society of skulls, each with different quirks and characters. Kinda like the smurfs with skulls haha, and you have the main skull as your protagonist. Perhaps a little too close to something like Grim Fandango, but would be cool, no?
Anyway, good job, can't wait to see more!