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Pmation: "Housebroken"

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Produced by Ross Bollinger
Directed by Sam Johnson
Animated by Anthony Price
Music by Brendan Cooney
Storyboarded by Dane Georges
Sound Design by Ryan Boone
with Cameron Kane
Voices by Oswald Garrington
Compositing by Francis Florencio
with Ralph Ravina
Title Card by Francis Florencio
Coloring by Nadya Butylina
Assistant Production by Cameron Jones

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One of my favorites!

Nifty animation

This "GUY" seems to always find himself is some "TROUBLE" lol it was an entertaining piece once again, A nifty animation If I have ever said so myself, you bring some nice effort to the portal, you bring these simple characters and make them do odd and strange things and make it very amusing and funny, and thats what I really like about them including this one. And here once again I find one of those interesting and yet still entertaining flash entries, a good submission you have here, I was delighted with all the happenings and so-on. And so with all that said this was a good toon, nice content some good entertainment value to this, and while this review is comming to an end I still did enjoy your work here and look forward to seeing more of it in the future, so my last words here would be, keep Producing these awsome flash-works and keep people enjoying them.

No changes as I found it to be just right



Wouldn't it have been nice if the baby just switched mood, accepted the house, and was happy ever after? :P Such a random premise though, unrealistically big baby/small house, unnatural; entertaining combos!


That was very nice! This was one of the goofiest of your cartoons. I think it's because of how unique it is. I've never heard of a giant baby living in a little house like that. It's just a very funny gag. It looks like this guy got what he deserved.

I liked the outlines as always. I felt the length was good too. Well, they're all that long. They're all great for quick laughs. I bet this will be front paged!

Credits & Info

4.02 / 5.00

Nov 21, 2017
2:45 PM EST
  • Daily Feature November 22, 2017
  • Weekly 2nd Place November 22, 2017