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Go on a journey through an average day in the life of Tom Fulp, the man behind Newgrounds.

Of all the projects I've made this one had the longest running production time, in calendar terms. I started this August of 2009 and just recently decided to finally come back and finish it. I always liked the idea of portraying Tom Fulp such a way that I hope even he would find humor in.

Unlike many projects, this one actually played out nearly exactly as I pictured it. It's great when a vision comes to life as intended.

The creation was far from easy because on top of all the time I spent working on this, the save file for the animation became somewhat corrupted a few days before posting it. I had to spend hours repositioning and reanimating many items in scenes throughout the entire animation. However, I believe that I have successfully restored it to its original state.

Thank you yet again for the great music from Parker Meinecke!


Kobra Editing


Did I miss something?

I thought it was a ripoff of the Dad series and the drawings were horrible. It felt like the pacing was off and it took too long for the cartoon to end. Some of the time I could not understand what Mr. Fulp was trying to say. For the average cartoon I tend to watch it more than once but once was enough. I did not think it was funny and was glad when it was over. But on the other hand this is the first cartoon I have watched from this creator and if this how all of their cartoons are I will give it another thought.

cobra0528 responds:

He said "Fulp." Good job listening. Funny that you say it took too long. I wanted to make it a bit longer. But really, a "1"? Just because you don't like a style doesn't mean it's bad. This animation took a lot of work and I wanted to try something new. I'd like to see you try to make something like this. As for my other works, many were obviously and openly inspired. Not ripped-off. I give credit to the originals. If this was at all related to the Dad series, I'd give credit. But this is mine through and through. I made this as smooth as possible. The movement, the drawings, the details. This was more work than a lot of other things I've done. Your overreaction is disgraceful.

The Moneyball of NG movies

Based on a true story and totally awesome. Good work.

cobra0528 responds:

Thank you! :D


I don't know what possessed you to make such an animation, but it was gorgeous. Props.

cobra0528 responds:

Thank you! I've always wanted to make a Fulp project. After all, without him...none of us would be here.

You are probably an admin reading my post history.

Tom is the only man who has ever stood up to me on the internet, while an army of angry nerds were at my back.

I salute you.

cobra0528 responds:

Confusing, but interesting.


But wouldn't it cost a shitload of money to repair the roofs and doors every day?

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Nah, the tankmen work for peanuts.

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3.93 / 5.00

Dec 31, 2011
3:49 PM EST
Comedy - Original
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