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Nov 1, 2009 | 7:21 AM EST

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Hey Newgrounds! At last, my first animation...such a painful hobby yet so rewarding at the end.

One day I was watching a TV show about art and animation, and I heard a guy say that animating is like running a marathon on knees, so frikking true.

This is my entree for the Halloween Flash Contest 2009, i hope you guys can understand and especially...enjoy my animation. I worked pretty hard to finish it and here it is.

Thanks alot to Newgrounds for allowing people to express themselves in every single way.
Additional Audio Credits:
Dances and Dames by Kevin McLeod
Haunting Music by rutgermuller (

EDIT: wow, thanks for all those positive reviews, i didn't expected it would do this good. My flash also made it into the famouse "Frontpage", yay! thanks again.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Me gusto mucho la animacion...estuvo bien hecha por ser tu primera vez. =]


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The End...

That was a pretty good short for a first timer. In fact, it was pretty awesome in my view! It was well animated, skillfully drawn, keenly painted, and most of all, it had a shocking ending not for the faint of hearts.

You might wanna consider maybe changing that T rating to an M rating, cause that was quite a mess of Elfen Lied proportions!
Remember, T rated blood and violence comes in pint sizes, or green, or bloodless carnage with black etchings ala Princess Mononoke... Then again, there's always the question of vaguely humanoid people ala Metal Slug where the carnage can be higher than Mortal Kombat yet still earn a T because the characters are so small.

Pegosho responds:

i was thinking on it, but it was just a scene plus it zoom out fast enough for people to not see it clearly....but yeah, it was quite a mess lol.

thx for the review Alter.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Proletarian backlash?

I found myself rooting for the death of this corporate peon. Your style recalls the strain of surrealism in Japanese film; I am thinking specifically of Jigoku. Anyhow, nice work and thank you for the intelligent animation.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

"El Fin" = "The End", but...

...for you, it is only the beggining. Such dedication, especially for your very first animation, is something I truly admire. You can only improve from this point on... unless your life hits the dumps, but lets hope that doesn't happen.

I must say that the final product was worthy of praise. What caught my eye the most was the amazing art style, really it was the best. Your animation had some tiny nitpickings, but mostly, it was very good. The only things that may throw the whole thing off were some sounds, since that seemed just a bit off synch.

Haha, Halloween... My, I haven't had a true Halloween in ages, the Halloween spirit is dead in my country when you compare it to other countries. Anywho, it's late by a whole day, but have a late nice Halloween wish.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Superb animation!

Not bad for your first animation (this doesn't include practice flashes right? lol) Also, I enjoyed the dark setting when that fellow in a business suit was floating towards his inevitable death. WOuld of been cool to see a river of black, gnarled hands dragging him towards the execution sight. Though, as you make it quite obvious, flash is difficult. I wish I had a flash program. With a little tinkering, who knows, perhaps a flash is possible? Anywho, back to the review, it was great nonetheless, keep at it. Like you said, it's extremely rewarding at the end. A flood of positive and constructive reviews to ease your sore knees :P Good luck with your future projects!