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Yonder Ho! - Episode 1

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Episode 1 of (as of today) 9
Yonder Ho is a fantasy cartoon series about a sweet a strange little boy named Pete who wanders the world in search of his missing parents. Give it a chance! It gets better!

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Really unique and solid

Even artistic with the characters and its style you created something good and funny love the music video style at the start too and the voice was great, Now this kind of stuff you dont expect everyday, And so it was a big suprise when I found this one, because you showed a lot of things like, promise, and you showed that hard works pays off and goes a long way. And on my final note on this I would be I would Recommend this movie to others because its pretty solid.

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No changes come to mind here

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Bertn1991 responds:

Aww, thank you so much. This was made way back in 2013 and I had zero clue what I was doing. It's a bit shoddy, but still a special cartoon to me and I'm happy you enjoyed it. I'm hopeful I can finish more episode soon. Anyways, thanks again~

Can confirm it does get better, but I'm surprised how good it was right from the beginning! The backdrops feel simpler, but sometimes less is more too... the transitions and camera work leaves little to be desired. Like the zoom in on the monster, with a few layers moving individually - pretty much perfect right from the start. Though the audio balance is a bit inconsistent at times... and alright, the graphic quality does vary. First bits were perfect. Following ones not always.

Stairclimbing with a Walrus lmao. XD Also wonder what reference that Haggard classic is for. Also wonder if that sheep farm odyssey was ever completed... also wonder what kind of backstory Mr. Mudman and that blue bearded villain may have hmm... plot-wise it seems to be a bit all over the place right from the start, but isn't that how it always is? Somehow there seems to be a little too little red thread with these initial moments, Albert just popping up out of nowhere, with the sequels it seems characters are either introduced a bit more properly, or already characters you already know, even if the series of events is... as it always is. Highly entertaining and all but mundane. One great adventure there yonder.

And that dreamy butterfly ride... it ends nicely. Actually feels like both beginning and end are abundantly more polished than everything in between, entertaining though it has been. But impressive beginnings. First submission and all. Onto the next segment of the venture..

-cd-

The worst episode in the series. It was way to mean spirited.

Bertn1991 responds:

Aw man, I'm sorry :-C

I've seen episode 2 of this series first.

I was expecting the series to be like a serial based on the content of episode 2.

This episode never really explained where the rabbit character came from.

Based on the two episodes already posted.

I'll assume that each episode are stand alone entities with loose continuity.

These two episodes shown themselves to be stand alone episodes.

This episode was a bit shorter than the second episode and gave increased time for fine tuning the drawings.

Parts of episode one were a bit funnier; However, the second episode was much higher quality overall.

You an interesting series so far.

Bertn1991 responds:

Thank you so so much! I've never gotten any real feedback on these before. Thank you for that. And yes, the episodes are sort of like stand alone stories, and things aren't always explained. They tend to start in the middle in a way. Thanks again for your input : )

Anyone with a walrus as a sidekick has my vote of confidence.

Bertn1991 responds:

Oh thanks : ) You are awesome