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TD-Careless/free

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rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original
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school
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college
nuance

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Uploaded
Apr 16, 2017 | 11:53 AM EDT

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The difference between careless and carefree is a lot bigger than you'd think.

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SirHadokenSirHadoken

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not only am I really fond of your art style, I'm exceedingly fond of the way you tell these things. It's casual fairly direct, but it's serious and insightful all at the same time. This is one of those concepts that, depending on what you do with your life, can either mean something really small or really big, and no matter how significant it ends up being for me, I'll remember it for a long, LONG while.
Thank you for this, I sincerely enjoyed it.


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Nero2525Nero2525

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

At a point when I feel I should be moving and improving myself all the time, this really pulled me in.
Nice work as usual! (also, never read watchmen, what cemented your opinion on it?)



ButzboButzbo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was some good food for thought, and I'd say the ending sequence had some well pulled 'juxtaposition' of some sort.
Wait, was Melee banned in your school?... well at least it looks like they're playing Magic or something.



hektikmusichektikmusic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You sound like Mundane Matt from YouTube. Anyway, I really like this video. The animation was great and it has a positive message. Time + circumstance changes people.


Raziberry responds:

I have never heard that I sound like Mundane Matt before, that's weird, man! Glad you liked it, though!


PeixeAereoPeixeAereo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Your perception on how hard that work was to get done or how cool you feel it was tends to affect the way you present it to others...

Other people's perceptions will be exclusively moulded by how you sell them your works (including the context of the situation). Even for the worst junk you may have created, if you completely sell to them how unique it was to make it look like that, no one will evaluate that you were careless.

With that said, being a successful "carefree creator" is either being an expert bullshitter (i.e. being very good as a marketer/salesman) or transpiring so much confidence in the crap you've created that will actually make you believe it is brilliant after all (i.e. a professional madman), which will make others have little or no doubt of your brilliance.