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A visit to the internet

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Comedy - Original

Credits & Info

Apr 28, 2014 | 8:55 PM EDT

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Author Comments

When a father and his son go to visit the internet, they find something life changing!

All the music was made by me.
Thanks to Sketch and Boonebum for helping out on the project on such short notice!

Time taken: 2 weeks

Programs used:
Flash CS6, FL Studio 11, Audacity

External Hardware used(for music):
Korg kp3, Arturia Microbrute



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

this was pretty funny! and the animation was really good to! the style reminded me of the binding of isaac for some reason

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Coulda used a bit more story.
It was obvious what was gonna happen anyway.

Credits are long...

Well, at least you did something that looks great. So, points for you; I hope you get it better the next time. (I don't mean to sound harsh.)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun and only that :)

Tosmatobeef responds:

thank you tom cruise!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not Bad lol, some people have major over reactions, facebook fiends, tweet a holics lol

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I believe it could have been better; the animation was great, the music fit, and generally I didn't see anything too out of place.

The whole animation hinged upon the punchline, though, and I don't think the reaction was strong enough. There was also plenty of potential for more shenanigans.

Also, the credits took like, an entire one-third of the video. It would have been better if the credits had a page of their own, and a replay button instead of just a straight-up video.

Keep trying, though. It's an okay video.

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Tosmatobeef responds:

Yeah, there's a bunch I coulda done better, I actually had more stuff storyboarded, but I had a two week deadline, so I had to cut out a few scenes. And yeah, sorry about the credit length, I'm still a newbie with presentable animation. Thanks for the feed back!