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Fudda (Fudda Pt. 1)

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Watch part 2 and 3, too!
Part 2: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/528833
Part 3: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/531701

This animation has a few stories behind it. First of all, I noticed how many people are using funna, finna, fitta, and fudda in place of the word gonna at school. My sister began pointing out a similar trend at her school, and when one of my teachers said it, I decided it was time to make fun of it. Finna is probably more common, but I found fudda to be the funniest variation, so I made fun of that one! (I'm thinking about making a sequel about Finna, though).
The 2nd story is that I have so much homework this year that I can't animate at all, but I had a random 4-day weekend all of a sudden, so I decided to use that to make an animation. Unfortunately, I only had two scripts short enough to finish in time, so I chose the more recent one: this one. I didn't finish it in four days, but luckily I get very little homework, so I was able to rush it out in exactly a week, just before a new wave of homework came. This is also my first animation done mostly on my new tablet!
There are 2 Easter eggs hidden in it, by the way.
Also, my friend voiced the teacher and tried to sound like our real history teacher, but you guys won't understand all the inside jokes. Sorry!
Anyway, enjoy the animation guys. I had a lot of fun making this one. It fits into the Dan Short series. Maybe Dan Short 1.5?
Runtime: 2:18

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you can see YOU getting BEDDA

I like the animations along with the dialog.. like in the chalkboard(nazi and jews) i say you've been consistant with your mouth syncing all through out your portfolio but yes the facial expressions are less as synced to the scene not so much in this one because it is dry but also just in some others... but thats no biggy your not disney or pixar animation studio so no worrys.. but you really are gettin smoother and finding your rhythm in 2010.. aren't you.

Aqlex responds:

I wish I still had that rhythm... I seem to have lost it a couple of years down the road! But I'm still working on it. Maybe I've got a new rhythm hiding just around the corner? I'm glad you like the other animations, and I do agree that I needed to work more on expressions at this point. I think I've gotten better since then, though! Thanks for the review, dude!


27! WHY 27! NOOOOOOOOOOO, oh well, you can't win them all.
Anyway, the animation was ok, especially the lip syncing, but, I didn't really get it.

Aqlex responds:

Haha, that's really funny. There wasn't much to get, though. The student used a phrase the teacher didn't understand, and the teacher tried to figure out what it means, until he angered the student. The teacher then used the word by accident in normal speech and realized his mistake.

Very nice man!

I loved the story in this flash. The animations were great, and the voices were decent. I liked how the teacher had a monotone voice, but anyways nice job. can't wait to see more from you! : 3

Aqlex responds:

Yeah, his voice was purposely monotone. I'm glad you actually like that xD.

Good writing, bad acting.

The voice acting is reaaaally holding this movie back. They all sound robotic and lifeless. The concept is pretty funny, but I couldn't get into it. And clearly, neither could you.

Just work on that.

Aqlex responds:

I'm glad you liked the writing, at least. The voice acting of the teacher was actually purposefully meant to be somewhat robotic, though it wasn't me voicing it. I DID voice the other characters though, and I have been working on my voiceacting ever since! I think I've improved... hopefully? Check out some of my newer stuff and let me know what you think.

Thanks for the review, by the way.


nice flash movie...
i liked the animation...

Aqlex responds:

Sweet, thanks!