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Sarthak The Unforgivable!

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Jul 7, 2011 | 5:27 PM EDT

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Author Comments

This is my entry for Round 2 of the Tournament of Flash Animators (TOFA) 2011. The theme was "Wrongfully Accused".

Finally! I thought of a short entry! My other two entries were 3 minutes and 7 minutes respectively. Thanks to this entries short length, I was able to spend more time on the animation. I believe this is my best ANIMATED piece of TOFA so far (plot still goes to "Lost Heart, Found Danger", but the animation here definitely kick ass!) I also have a digital painting that I shall upload to the Art Portal shortly after posting this, part of it is in the credits. Hope you enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


deserves a WAY higher score!!

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ScaredyDave responds:

Agreed! lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars


You actually animated me in there. ;)

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ScaredyDave responds:

Aw you know I have to kill off everyone AT LEAST once! lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Only in a convention like this...

If this doesn't move on in the tournament, something is seriously wrong.

It's hysterical from start to finish! The irony of the whole thing is what ties it all together! Love the little jabs at specific groups of people too, a nice touch. Great work.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant as always

Dunno how you came up with the idea, but it was awesome. Good animation too.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Excellent misdirection styles!

This was pretty funny, and there was excellent use of fbf animation. I also think this was an interesting take on the given theme; I just saw another flash movie where it was done more literally, and I didn't like it as much. About four years ago, when I was just learning how to be funny, I learned about the different techniques of comedy, and I think this type was called 'misdirection'. I usually don't find comedy based around conventions particularly funny, but this was pretty good!

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