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Pmation: "Tack in the Box"

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Produced by Ross Bollinger
Directed by Sam Johnson
Animated by Martin Daniels
Music by Brendan Cooney
Storyboarded by Dane Georges
Sound Design by Brandon Gentry
Voices by Oswald Garrington
Compositing by Francis Florencio
Coloring by Nadya Butylina
Production Management by Cameron Jones
with Greg Pearce

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Brilliant ideas you have dawned on us

So here we are a gaon with another great epsiode gosh that flow of animation is just so smooth and fluid I love it and its the best I have seen in a good while. Brilliant ideas you have dawned on us and they have great results, I wouldnt mind your characters having more detail to them though. It was pretty interesting you have an nifty style about you and putting it on flash form so good job on the efforts you put into this particular flash of works, you brought out some interesting views and images aswell as animation, so good job, This was alot of things Enticing, and was a good Discovery. After watching this flash and seeing it all had to offer my ending notes on this are that I was pleased with it, even in the end, some parts were better then others and some stuff could be better and even improved on.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
More detail and depth to your characters. they are good characters but a little more depth to them would be nice.

~X~

Good 2D Animation.
ok story.

Wow, this was soooo pretty! :D

I liked the final title screen, implementing it into the animation!

That was pretty good. It wasn't one of your best because I wanted more slapstick. I guess it was just presented as being weird. I didn't get the "Pencilmation" gag at the end. At least it's colorful. You'll never run out of ideas.

The animation was still pretty good. This seemed to be short. Maybe I just wasn't paying attention. I like your style. You might want to go back to numbered stuff.