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"Milly"

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A romance story taking place in a nightclub.

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It's a good idea and with nice execution, but there is so much stuff completely unrelated to the story For the first half of the vid I was wondering where it is. "Is the description wrong?", "Did I miss it?", "Is something wrong with NG?" - you get the idea.

LUCA-FATTORE responds:

Thank you for the input, the story could be definitely told better!

This is the best use of animation cycles I've seen in ages. The retro styling, color design, music and story really fit well together. And props on the props -- I know how hard it is to make something look both simple and excellent, and your backgrounds were just superb. Great work!

LUCA-FATTORE responds:

Thank you for the kind words, I appreciate it! : )

Nice retro look, the the color and drawing style really fit that older style. Reminded me a lot of UPA's stuff or the UPA inspired stuff on Cartoon Network.

But what animation program are you using for this? Because the the pixelated lines on the zoom-ins and close-ups really bothered me, and I'm sure those were intentional, it kinda takes away from the whole retro aesthetic you're going for. The art style you used had a lot of thick lined simplistic drawings with repeating cycles, so a vector animation program like Flash would be perfect for this kind of thing and the linework would never look blurry like it did here.

LUCA-FATTORE responds:

Thank you for the input.
I used "Tv Paint", and some lines are pixelated because I didn't want to work with super heavy files, so I did 1920:1080 and zoomed in when needed.
I know vector lines are definitely better. : )

Cute! Love the retro stylings. Reminded me a little of some of the animation bits they used to have on Sesame Street when I was young.

LUCA-FATTORE responds:

Thank you for the input! :)

I love the mix of art styles used here.
obvious Hanna-Barbera influences makes me wanna watch Boomerang again.

LUCA-FATTORE responds:

Yes, Hanna-Barbera rocks! :) :)