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Jan 11, 2013 | 9:08 AM EST

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Finally after roughly a year, the second part of Snapshot is completed.

The file size is 12.3 MB, please wait patiently.

Let me know what you think and don't forget to rate, thank you for watching!

Front paged and my very first daily first golden trophy! Thank you guys!

For people who are confused by the story...


The female robot pilot was the baby, she seeks vengeance for her parents. Her mother was the fat boss's wife/woman, and her father worked for him as well. (Note that both the boss and the woman wear rings.) The boss hired the "Snapshooter" for their betrayal.

I try to tell the story in a way makes audiences assume the story as a standard revenge story, then reveal in the end that the assumed revenge seeker is actually the murderer.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

man I've been wating for this! art good, story good the end was great, music awesome, just all around cool.

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Quasimodoxxx responds:

Gald you like it~


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!
Although, now there's some gaps in the plot I don't get.

Quasimodoxxx responds:

I just add some explianation, hopefully that will clear things up for you.

I guess I should have detailed the plot a bit more...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yes, amazing.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is how a sequel should be done.

Better direction, better animation, better story, I just couldn't help but add this to my favorites. Congratulations on getting first place on the daily feature, and here's to seeing more cartoons from you.

When it comes down to it, the animation has gotten better with great fluidity, construction, composition, linework, and so on. I noticed that you used the brush tool for this one; a contrast with the all line/pencil work in the previous episodes. That and the thicker outlines added a greater sense of hierarchy which enhanced the look. Oh, and I like the use of black and white for the flashback scenes. Audiowise, the music that you used fit perfectly, and the sound effects were pleasant. As for the lack of voice acting, I think the silent/pantomime approach that was used was appropriate. Finally, the content of this piece was nothing short of amazing with one of the best examples animation mixed with cinematography. It takes a lot of precision, skill, and a delicate hand to bring those two together perfectly; those who lack that would've made an awkward, static, poorly paced mess. That and your plot was well elaborated upon with the aforementioned flashback scenes.

What I did like about this:
-Great animation
-Excellent direction and fight choreography
-Great music and sound
-Better story

What I didn't like:
-Not much really

Overall: Quasimodoxxx, I think a ten will be appropriate for this, and I hope that this inspires others as well. (5/5)

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Quasimodoxxx responds:

Thank you for taking the time to write a detailed review. I appreciate it!

It seems some people can't fully understand the story, I think I need work on the story telling more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow! Amazing work! Bravo mate, bravo!

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Quasimodoxxx responds:

Thank you, sir.