Loving the references
By parody´ing a lot of famous commercials it was pretty enjoyable for me to see what would come next, the animation is neat and for some reason I really laughed at the Chicken Powers of KFC.
Also major props to Kpheeyat for doing those voices all by himself.
And though I like the lengthi-ness of the video, you'd probably made it too lengthy to fit some nice jokes in here and there. I still think you did a great job though ^^
Thank you. I take a lot of pride in that Fast Food scene, since I wrote that one.
Yeah Paul is great at voicing, he should be used more often.
Its okay its not awesome but its okay.
The animation could be more fluid and theres not much of enjoyable humor buuuuuuuuuut you did a big effort i can notice so good job.
I'll keep it in mind when working with my next animation. Less runtime and more jokes.
I am aiming to making fluid animations, it's just not as easy as people make it look sometimes =P
could've been better
it was pretty funny i guess, the animation was good, the transitions between each scene were kind of lacking, the voices were good for the most part with the exception of the god awful british colonel sanders. My only real complaint is the silent scene, it just seemed to drag on and on and on. overall though i enjoyed it and i hope you make another one.
Some of the transitions are good, some are not I'd say. Mostly because some were harder than others. It was a bold move. Another real bold move is the silent sepia scene, a huge risktaker that failed.
But hey, sometimes it's the risktaking moves that bring us new cool stuff, in this case it proved to be the other way around however. Wich is duly noted.
That was funny.
Not to mention a nice animation too.
My favorite part would have to be the part when the guy pulls s straw out of his towel and starts drinking the Kool Aid man. XD
I didn't know you had such a wide range of voices, Paul.
Thanks a lot for the review! Yeah, I put down some seriouse time into this. Both of us wrote the script, and Paul did an amazing job shifting through all the voices