Pretty funny to see how humorously another country is portrayed in animation! XD
This is amazing. I've never been to Singapura but coming from Winnipeg (which is built on a flood plane and once upon the time was the coldest city of it's size in the world, (through we've lost that title to a city in Mongolia)) I can appreciate the art of poking fun at ones homeland or town.I like the rhythm and energy. I assume that the audio was recorded live given the way that it takes brakes for the laughter and frankly I loved listening to people laugh. I made it much more funny even if I didn't get half the jokes.
Just to say, I really thoroughly enjoyed the video, and I really liked that little addition of Phua Chu Kang in the list of contractors that go pok kai. (Yes, I actually understand all this; I once came from the other side of the Causeway and used to watch Phua Chu Kang episodes up the wazoo, and also had relatives in Singapore.) Lovely animation, keep up the good work. It's no wonder that matt-likes-swords likes your work; it's pretty neat.
Also, this may be a bit incendiary in the way of language but: for once, I actually agree with Singapore's historical reasoning that caused it to be expelled from Malaysia and become independent. The people behind Singapore's independence had the right idea, at least in hindsight. This sort of thinking wouldn't win me any fans (and would probably win me a jail term or worse if I were still in Malaysia, trust me!), but I think it's best to say what needs to be said.
dude, we have bronies, hello kitties, sailor moon, robots, aliens, dragons, yiffy, fluffy, yaoi, european, western, even stuff from mars! (No, seriously!)
NG Motto is : Everything by Everyone.
Your animation is incredible. Sure it's not the best around and you've got a lot to learn. But as an animator and creator (Not talking about the song here) you have great potential.
Keep on working hard, we appreciate your effort and we want more.
I thought this song was great! My only complaint was that I do wish it wasn't the audio with the crowd noise. It was a little hard to listen. I still appreciate how the colors and designs are so good! I'm not used to hearing a "We Didn't Start The Fire" parody that isn't a list. I'm always eager to look at something new.
I'm glad I was able to learn about Singapore. I assume you got your facts right. Some of them at least seem familiar. I guess this is how the people there say the name. It was quite unpredictable.
the source of the audio came from here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_SnTcGXDQ0
and its the only audio out there. I tried contacting the folks that did this but they never get back to me at all so yeah. I have to use back the old one.