The Heart and the Hand p1

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Glenn gives Annie a drawing she likes, winning over her heart. Annie spends the rest of the day trying to coax Glenn into romancing her. Unfortunately for her, all Glenn wants to do is draw.

While it's loading, you can read character bios and look at a drawing I did of them. Once loaded, you can either watch the entire animation (5 minutes long) or select a scene to start from, as usual. This is a LOT more light hearted and cutesy than most of the stuff I've done in the past. It's also very music-driven. Keep these things in mind when watching. I also hid a scrapbook in there, SEE IF YOU CAN FIND IT. Well, it isn't THAT hard to find, but it isn't in an obvious place.

EDIT: I said the second part would be done soon, but as anyone can see, it isn't done yet. Hang tight, it's coming.

Everything in this animation, including writing, directing, animation, music, and all the male voices are done by me. Annie's voice is supplied by Rina-Chan.

Hope you enjoy, and feel free to leave a review! I read them all.



U got some serious skills dude
keep up with the awesome work ;D


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Bobert-Rob responds:

Thanks for the comment, Kindy!


it came out good u got some skillz
straight up

One of the best movies ever!

Good stuff, actually made an account to say this! This is probably going to be one of my favorite flash movies ever, even though I'm not a fan of stuff like this :)

Drawing is perfect and story too, can't find anything bad about it... 10 / 10

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Bobert-Rob responds:

Well, glad you liked it enough to make an account. Awesome stuff. Thanks for the review!

fun, interesting, but what?

Nice interesting story and I like the lack of real dialogue. It allows more self interpretation. However, The characters are drawing with crayons and seem to be in grade school, however, since they seem to be in grade school and shorter then everyone else. One can assume they are not, in face, adults. Then, however, how does the girl afford all those cards and chocolates and why are they running around unintended? and how the hell is he going to pay for a restaurant? very confusing.

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Bobert-Rob responds:

Please, try not to think of this too literally. Their appearance is more of an allusion to their childish personalities. This is an animation that one should keep their real life assumptions of at the door. And I said I haven't concreted their age and never want to, since I don't want it to bring questions like that to mind. It just over-complicates matters, you know? Glad you enjoyed it all the same, even if it is a little confusing when taken too literally. Thanks for the review!


where is this strange school where no one does anything but make crayon drawings, all of the students look and act as if they were anywhere from the ages of 8 to 18, and people speak in words only occasionally? it must be a curious and magical place, indeed.

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Bobert-Rob responds:

Quite really. And it's an art class, so they should be working on whatever assignment was given to them. Probably involved crayons, but not just random doodles. Of course, Glenn and Annie aren't working on their assignment, as Glenn's a slacker and Annie is too fixated on Glenn. Glad you enjoyed it!

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4.30 / 5.00

Feb 13, 2008
8:16 PM EST
Comedy - Original
  • Daily 2nd Place February 14, 2008