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This is my first all-Flash anime short, and first submission to any site like this.

This is not broad comedy -- it is intended for a literary audience, specifically fans of the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. If you are not such a person and watch this anyway, you may want to read this first before you write a review.
http:// personal.whiteradish.com

The voice actresses, for those who wondered, are linked to on my own site, and you can look forward to hearing them again in upcoming animation projects.

For more info on H.P. Lovecraft and his works referenced in this short, I highly recommend this site: http://www.gizmology.net



WOW! The animation was incredible.To make it short you are an animation god! of course i want more!
Make more! pls pls pls pretty pls!!!


Wow...this was incredible. Crisp graphics, smooth animation, excellent sound. Loved it. And admittedly...I own two plush cthulus. I'm a bad bad man.

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I too am an animator and your craftsmanship and attention to detail, graphically, is superb. I wont bore you with all my praise and cut straight to improvements (if you care to take heed of my honest advice). Attention to story line and linking events is something I feel was a little lacking in this short. the tie between the doll and the skeleton was weak and the punchline wasn't powerful enough (IMO) but I'll be DAMNED if this doesn't win awards. This is STILL quality work. I commend you.

a little girls tea party?

ok didnt understand any of that but i still reckon this is great...

hmm yeh not bad

it is well put together with good graphics and decent sounds but i was surprised when it suddenly ended, perhaps put a/the longer version on here.

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4.15 / 5.00

Feb 3, 2003
4:46 PM EST
Comedy - Parody