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May 17, 2012 | 8:50 AM EDT

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* cheers for the frontpage! i forgot how satisfying it feels :)

Based on an actual conversation with my job network. The moral of the story is that you can teach yourself anything if you're passionate about it, you don't NEED a college degree to be succesful in life. You should do what you love right now, regardless of what situation you're in. We live in a society that is too focused on money rather than doing the things they enjoy the most. Hopefully people can relate to this in some way.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great work man, nice crisp art and suiting animation. It was good to see you tried going the extra mile with character expressions and details. The music was suiting and well done, and the audio effects always apropriate. Overall this movie has a powerful message with some powerfull visuals. It's true that with enough passion you can teach yourself the tricks of this trade, but I do firmly still believe that if you goto a GOOD school, it will greatly help you :) Killer stuff! also how funny is it that there was a pokemon flash submitted today @_@

Blordow responds:

yeah no doubt some schools can teach you valuable stuff, but for me the overall satisfaction of teaching yourself is more rewarding. thanks for the review and support, always appreciated!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

this scared me but i totally agree with how people are forced to "conform" to society.

Blordow responds:

I have a knack for scaring people with my toons. It's just my style. Cheers!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This video is more relevant to me in my life right now that I'd wish. My passion in life is to be a musician, unless your related to someone in the industry then most likely you wonâEUTMt make it in. I ended up working a very strenuous job for many years so I could still do my passion afterwards. Until my job got so bad I had to have back surgery and couldn't do that job anymore.

Your right we are forced to conform. Ever since the 80s when it was more common for both married partners to have a job at the same time, prices went up and making ends meet is harder than it ever was.

Blordow responds:

Musicians who make a living today aren't even musicians, they're either living off doing cover songs in shitty pubs or if you make it mainstream, you get songs written for you already by the industry. There is no creative freedom in the industry, unless you're super talented, but even then, they milk you down to society's level. People need to stop relying on other people so much, make a name for yourself. Start uploading your music to the world, make a youtube account, show your friends, if your music is good then people will share it. Don't give up, imagine how it would feel if you accomplished your goal considering how difficult people might think it is to achieve.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I loved your philosophy on paying art schools to teach you what you can teach yourself. I agree XD

Blordow responds:

I'm glad you agree! Thanks! :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great animation and story. Nice!

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