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Let's Make Some "Soup"

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This man is making some soup.
Made for Albionblacksheep.com's TOFA 2013 Tournament.

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This is very disturbing. The low quality of it all, however, is hilarious.

Really good timing on the fbf, managed to really convey the sense of motion without using that many unique frames. The blink is killer! The concept is a little over done but the ending was unexpected. Good sound too, that really helped create an eery atmosphere. Overall a really fun piece, good work!

This is pretty creepy... but i like the twist at the end! The animation was nice, some of the sounds really killed my ears though, but overall i like it!

Wow...a pretty unique concept, albeit kinda grim... @-@
Some parts seemed better animated than others (I really liked the animation of the carrots going into the pot), but maybe that was just my imagination.
I actually liked the way you portrayed your character! I guess on purpose, since carrots (carrot people?) probably don't wear clothes, but still very effective with the animation.
I think I liked the ending the most, though; abrupt without feeling, well, abrupt. If that makes sense.
So while there could always be improvement, pretty good! I'd like to see more from where that came from.

ChadsWeb responds:

Yes, some parts are probably more rushed than others. About half of this was pushed out 2 days before a deadline, not that I'm trying to make excuses. There's always more to come, of course! Thanks for the review!

Man that effed up, but i liked it

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Uploaded
Aug 26, 2013
7:16 PM EDT
Genre
Experimental
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