Pmation: "O Pencil Where Art Thou?"

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“O Pencil Where Art Thou?” (Pencilmation #125)
Directed by Ross Bollinger
Animated by Yuri Custodio
Music by Brendan Cooney
Sound Design by Brandon Gentry
Voices by Oswald Garrington
Compositing by Francis Florencio
With Assistance from Arif Cetiner
Assistant Production by Cameron Jones


Cute and simple designs yet brilliant animation and by the great Yuri Custodio too. The best thing about this animation is the simple designs, because it shows that as long as you are good enough of an animator you can give any simple character life and a personality. I would have tried to show more of an afraid reaction when his foot continued to get bigger because of the pencil, or when the pencil turned on him to try to blow him up, and it wouldn't have hurt to try to experiment more with the plot, either way it was good, but not as good as Pico Puberty Porn.

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I love this cute animation.

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Nice dude!!

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This was an interesting idea. I mean, what would it be like if the pencil didn't come to life? It probably could have been more creative. I guess I missed the pencil in this. The facial expressions are still nice. I appreciate the comedy.

This wasn't some of your best work. It was still good. You are that good of a cartoonist. In "Romeo And Juliet" this line is actually used out of context. It refers to the fact that his name is Romeo, not asking where he is!

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Funny and clever

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4.17 / 5.00

Jul 26, 2017
1:47 PM EDT
Comedy - Original