But at the same time, not amazing
Things I liked; the animation of the characters, and the sound quality
both pulled off with aplomb
things that annoyed me
I know female voice actors are hard to find and all
but she was TERRIBLE
I could probably hire a effeminate hobo to do a better job
she had zero ACTING to her voice, really she was kinda....casually chatting with her mic....
next time, get a better female voice
I play D&D and I found this to be hysterical.
too lil happened
Your best yet!
I laughed so hard at the end! "you all fucking drop dead!" Reminds me of the good old D&D days. (wipes tear from eye). Loved the animation and the voice acting! I don't know what the assholes below are talking about, you rock!
I'd never heard of VG Cats before I watched this. So I looked at the specific comic this is based off of, and you know what, this is actually an excellent adaptation. The animation was all clean and true to the original designs. The voice acting was all great as well. Many have complained about Ms. Stroble's work, I think it was more or less spot on. Perhaps her annoyance and anger could be amped up a tad, but it works for me as is. In that respect, I'd change nothing. However, you should be clear that this is in no way shape or form a parody, it is a straight adaptation, line by line, scene by scene even. I think making that clear to your viewers would help you get less blams, though probably not by much. :P As for originality, I'm torn. Adaptation is a valid artform, it happens all the time, but in those cases, it is sanctioned. This is not (you said so yourself), which makes it stealing, even though you've sourced it. Usually, for straight copying somebody else's work, I would give you a zero. However, looking at their site, I get the feeling they wouldn't really care, since they already have audio adaptations and such. SO, since there seems to be a culture of free-sharing, I'll give this a fair score. But it would be nice to see you do your own work and not just take from somebody else.
I think the main reason that the voice acting sounded off was because the voices were done back in 2004 (i think) and Omahdon didn't really get into the whole VG Cats thing until 2009.
good suggestions though. I actually do have some original ideas in my head, just need to get them onto my computer. Voicing it will be the hardest part