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Oct 3, 2015 | 2:46 AM EDT

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This is a small talk about bullies you may like.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

I do not think bullying comes from violent video games to be honest with you. I think it is how they learned, lived, and grew up. The animations and drawings were alright. I'm against negative intentions so like the message your providing here.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

I kept waiting for some punchline or funny moment. I wasn't aware that it was just about bullying. Now I know. I would suggest to watch for spelling and missing words. Nice animating - you have some talent there.

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nathanboss03 responds:

Thanks for positive feed back!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

While this is made quite well and entertaining to watch(nice touch with the ending there,though that is not always the case),it could be more balanced with more reasons why bullies act in such ways.Surely,it can't always be violent video games?Broken families,isolation,discrimination are some of the other causes and they show that the bullies are not all bad but sometimes,are/were victims themselves,so it's unfair to give them those names(at 0.29).How does giving the bullies names make the victims any better people,really?No one deserves to be treated with a little less respect than anyone,bully or victim.There isn't anything wrong here,it just needs to be a little more balanced and not side with anyone(if it's not a rant) and everyone has their opinions.Just remember to keep practicing(and there could be more animation to make it livelier) and there are a couple of mistakes(0.18-'especially' and 0.29-'thieves'),but other than that,it is quite entertaining,so good work!

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nathanboss03 responds:

Yeah sorry about the audio, and I'm working on music.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I feel like there should be audio in this, it takes me out of the moment.

I also can't help but think: If everyone is perfect the way they are, then doesn't that mean that bullies are also perfect the way they are?

Still, cute animation.

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nathanboss03 responds:

Good point, but then wouldn't that mean that they are the more messed up version of that? I mean, bullies mostly become bullies becuase of abuse, any kind, being bullied themselves, or acting out over being seperated from human contact.