fuck u kier ramage after the movie with the pirats and the "pretend" mermaids i dont care what sketch does this was even hella funny
very nice sketch
Thanks man, I appreciate it.
soo this really happened? i never heard of this! howard stern is the best, will you please respond to this. i want to know what you edited out and when this happpened. tom fulp must of been happy. why was he talking to the little kid? please respond to this and tell mme more about the story
That's basically the gist of it; I had cut out about thirty seconds of rambling when I did this, because I was new to flash, and, having not synced the lips (which I want to redo one day), it was getting boring.
Hope that clarifies. Thanks for the reveiw.
But not that good either, actually. The graphics were nice, but I think there is really a lack of animation, and I would have prefered it if the mouths would have moved. The sound quality was ok. I think you drew Tom pretty well !
Yeah, man... hooray for experiments :)
WildCatz Here Sketch A Peace Like This Is Well Deserved Of. Make More Pieces Like This And you will have more awards trust me on this one. Think about just edit sound from any other, match it up with flash animation and people will watch it.
Heh... okie doke.
Not too great, but nice art.
The art was really nice. But still, the fact that it was just 7 pictures (or however many) and pretty much nothing else was done by you kinda makes me look down on it. It seems like a learning project rather than a great one if you see what I mean, which isn't meant to be an insult - I suppose you would have been learning when you made this?
If there was more animation, maybe even lip synching, maybe speech bubbles or something, then the visuals would be closer to the standard of the audio clip.
As it is, it was the audio clip alone that entertained. The little joke with Tom wasn't really enough to make me smile even.
Sorry to be harsh, but in any case, you've prograssed far beyond this as 'lost at sea' shows.
So, congratulations on your progress and here's to your future progression.
You are correct, sir; this was my second flash, and purely experimental. I think this would be something nice to redo someday... I just don't have the motivation (or time, for that matter), to take on such a project at this time.