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Yonder Ho! - Episode 3

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Yonder Ho! - Episode 3 - Dying Isn't Fun.

Pete and his imaginary cat, Kiddle Dee, are on their way to a wedding and the only way there is down a river of mud. Will they make it in time?

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I am enjoying this series so much so far!
It reminds me of shows like adventure time.
I love how random things feel at times, it's so creative!

Bertn1991 responds:

Thank you so much!! Yonder Ho holds a very special place in my heart. Still working on new episodes 7 years later.

The worst episode in the entire series. It was to mean spirited. The whole time I felt bad for Pete. He was going insane and had a bullet stabbed throug his head. The intro was flat out bizarre. And after watching this I feel worst.

Bertn1991 responds:

Ouch, that was just plain mean : ( Geez, you don't have to watch the show, you know? It's just not for you, man. Look around the site a bit. I'm sure you'll find something that suits you :-)

I found this be the most entertaining episode out of your entire series so far.

A lot of the pacing problems with episode 2 were eliminated.

This had more of a straight forward and much more simple story than the previous episode.

Sometimes going with a more simple story is a bit more effective.

I didn't like the opening musical number that came after the show's theme song.

The song was funny in certain places.

The music video elements of that musical number were kinda cool too.

The opening musical number dragged and could have been shortened.

Those shots of the guy singing that song could have been eliminated in favor of more music video elements.

I like the drawings of the boy and his cat during the musical number.

Animation is great for music videos and has an ability for creating entire worlds of fantasy worlds.

A lot of sound effects used remind me of ancient video game technology.

I assume you used a lot of 8 bit sound effects.

I even noticed an anime sound effect used in that movie as well.

The musical soundtrack used for this episode was entirely different from the other episodes.

You did a lot of home work on sound and it shows.

The sound has significantly improved since episode 2.

Sometimes that rabbit's voice in the previous episode was a bit too low volume.

You are getting better at sound design.

I like sound of the animation effects used for mud, water and other things.

The backgrounds look better; However, gaps are sometimes still left unfilled in certain sections of drawing.

I sometimes spot a green gap on the main character's arm in certain shots.

The episode length doesn't leave a whole lot of time to refine certain drawings.

Creating an new episode since the previous one has shown some artistic growth.

This has been an improvement from past episodes.

- Mightydein

Bertn1991 responds:

Wow, what can I say, Mighty? I can't tell you how grateful I am that someone would take the time to watch such a long cartoon and write a review about it. You, sir, are a saint! And I agree with your review. I didn't really like the musical number that much. It couldn't been shorter...and better. This is actually my least favorite episode. I thought it was kinda sad. But yeah, thank you for everything. And you'll be seeing the green stuff for a little while longer I'm afraid. I eventually reworked all the drawings of Pete. And the sound of episode 4 gets kinda hard to hear at one point I'm afraid. But I look forward to your opinion nonetheless! You are cool! Let me know if you ever want me to add any jokes or references in future episodes!