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Ever wanted to see how Steve Harwell learned to sing? No? Well, here it is anyways.

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Haha nice

Well this was a nice little paridy and seemed to bring some humor I would have liked to see you stretch this along with much more humor though and make it longer with more content but honestly you got the point across and it all made for a good little parody so nice work here anyways untill next time

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Make it longer and ad more humor

~X~

lol, seems like a parody on that part of the one movie with the drummer the one guy is constantly picking on? Can't recall name or character, but I did just see that one clip in another parody, so at least I get the reference! Would've made zero sense otherwise, even if the Smash Mouth responses are awesome. Love that song.

-cd-

The static background was sufficient for the purpose of the short. The characters were simple, but stylized and very polished. The sound mixing was very good with consistent volume and gave an atmosphere very much like a makeshift sound stage in someone's garage. That said, I felt the joke became stale after the third repetition and despite different dialogue it never picked the humor back up.

This movie used audio from already existing sources.

You mixed two entirely unrelated pieces of audio to create voice acting for your characters.

That was a very imaginative way to use these sounds.

The backgrounds looked great and were created in an image manipulation program.

The shading on the light fixtures gotten progressively lighter from increased distance of light fixture.

The characters lacked shading and had no shadows reacting to sources of light.

The overall movie was very silly but have noted areas of possible improvement.

I hope this review provides some useful feedback for future improvement.

-Mightydein

Solo28 responds:

It started out as just me screwing around in Audacity and I decided to animate to it.

I plan to add more detail, especially in the shading department, in future animations. I didn't really do it here because it was a silly little short I just kind of wanted to get out.

Thanks for the feedback :)