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Wisenheimers: Story Time

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Yotam always has a story to share with Max, but Max has had enough of Yotam's, boring "true stories."

This is an animated version of Yotam Perel (LazyMuffin) and Max Gilardi's (HotDiggedyDemon) podcast titled "Wisenheimers." This particular clip was taken from episode 17: "Yotam's Story Hour"

I listen to the podcast when I get a chance, and a while back they held a contest for people to animate a segment from the show. I started this back in November 2010, and how about 9 months later finally found the motivation to finish it.
I'm very happy with what I did with the "story" segments, it was a really simple yet fun style to work in!

This is my second Flash on Newgrounds to star my original character, Yotam Perel. I'm thinking of giving him his own full series one day!
This is also my first officially 'solo' submission in about 21 months. OUCH!
So my first submission of 2011 is also my first submission in 7 months.

Hopefully it won't be such a long wait to see more from me, but I had fun with this!
Thanks to Yotam and Max, be sure to go check out Wisenheimers! I'm sure you'll get lots of laughs and some quality time wasting :)

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HERE WE GO AGAIN

ANOTHER ONE OF YOUR FLASHES

it was funny and well made dude. I love the visuals babiessss

Lmao

If by violin, you mean my dick! Best part haha, great job.

That was phabulous.

I think one of the most important things about animating a podcast is knowing when (and how) to end it. Strangely enough, fading out or letting credits play wouldn't have been anywhere near as funny as an abrupt jump back to the menu after an awkward moment. Well played, Goat-Man.